What happens if I ignore the Notice of Violation?
Failure to pay the civil penalty or to contest liability prior to the due date on the notice is an admission of liability, and failure to appear at an administrative adjudication hearing after having requested a hearing is an admission of liability and constitutes a waiver of the right to appeal. Failure to pay the civil penalty by the due date on the Notice of Violation shall result in the imposition of a late-payment fee of $25. If the second notice remains unpaid, collections and entry of a judgment against you may proceed.

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1. What happens if I ignore the Notice of Violation?
2. Will I receive any points on my driving record for this violation?
3. Will my insurance rates be affected?
4. Will the red light cameras take a picture of the driver of the vehicle?
5. What if I was issued a citation from an officer for the same offense?
6. I have received multiple Notices of Violation; do I have to send in a separate payment for each?
7. What if my check bounces?
8. What is the refund policy?
9. Can I make payments in installments or set up a payment plan?
10. My payment has already been sent. Will I still be charged late fees?
11. I paid the violation Why did I receive another notice?
12. My payment has already been sent; will I still be charged late fees?
13. Do I have to pay my fine the day of the hearing?
14. What happens if I do not pay the Notice of Violation?
15. I do not believe I ran a red light. Where can I go to view my images and video?
16. I do not believe I ran a red light and want to discuss my case with someone. Whom do I need to contact?
17. How do I know that these violations are valid?