All Operating an Uninsured Motor Vehicle charges are must appear tickets, meaning you must appear in Traffic Court on the date listed at the bottom of your ticket. If the vehicle you were driving was insured at the time you were ticketed, bring the proof of insurance card issued by your insurance company to court. The prosecutor may conclude that this ticket should be dismissed. If the vehicle was not insured when you were cited but is insured on your court date, bring the proof of insurance to court. If you do not have an insurance card, bring a copy of your policy. Your insurance agent will be able to provide you with the documentation you need. Do not present the Judge or Prosecutor an insurance card that has been forged or altered. Such actions will subject you to further prosecution. A conviction for driving without insurance carries a mandatory minimum fine and costs of $680.