HTA 175(11) Changed to (20) during Early Resolution Meeting Question.

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HTA 175(11) Changed to (20) during Early Resolution Meeting Question.

by: mrbig799 on
Tue Apr 23, 2019 11:43 am

I was charged in December with A Fail to Stop For Bus 175(11) but in a ERM, they changed it to the (20) Owner version.

I have two questions. Will the conviction on the (20) show up on my Abstract and effect my insurance?

The other question is that since I am not the actual owner will the conviction still be under my name and have me pay or does it now go to the actual owner and they have to pay?
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by: Zatota on
Tue Apr 23, 2019 4:13 pm

The owner will have to pay, as the conviction will be in his, her or its name, but you should, of course, offer to reimburse the owner. A conviction of the owner does not affect anyone's driving record as no driver has been identified or convicted. There are no insurance implications.
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by: greasespot on
Mon May 06, 2019 6:02 pm

No is will be fore you to pay as if you were the "owner" I know you are not but it is in your name still. Just the section was changed not who the ticket was issued to. it was changed at court as a way to have no pts associated.

The ticket and none payment will still be in your name

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