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The Official Website of Utah County Government

Utah County Justice Court

Judge Scott Cullimore
Judge Stevan W. Ridge

Utah Salt Flats
ACCEPTABLE PROOF OF INSURANCE

A violation of "No Proof Of Insurance" can be dismissed when verification in the form of a letter is presented to the Court with the following required information.

  • Letter on Insurance Agency letterhead
  • Name of Insured. If the name of insured is different than the person who received the citation, the letter must include an explanation indicating that the driver had the permission of the owner and is covered under that policy
  • Vehicle description (must match the vehicle on the citation)
  • Coverage was in effect on the date and time the citation was issued
  • Current date
  • Agent's signature
  • Citation or Case Number

Please Note : An insurance card or a declaration of benefits is NOT sufficient proof.

You, or your agent, may present the letter to the Court by using one of the options listed below :


In person or mail to : Utah County Justice Court, 151 South University Avenue, Suite 3300, Provo, Utah 84601

Email to : justicecourt@utahcounty.gov

Fax to: 801-851-7201.

If valid acceptable proof of insurance is provided to the court before the scheduled court date, then you do not need to appear for this scheduled hearing. If the proof of Insurance received is NOT acceptable, YOU MUST appear for the scheduled court hearing.

If there are additional charges on the citation that do NOT require a court appearance, the remaining charges must be paid in full before you will be excused from your scheduled court hearing. If all charges are NOT paid in full and you fail to appear, a warrant will be issued.

It is your responsibility to contact the court to make sure the proof of insurance was received, the proof of insurance was acceptable, any additional charges have been taken care of, and your court date canceled. Please contact the court at 801-851-7200.

PLEASE NOTE: An insurance card or a declaration of benefits is NOT sufficient proof.