A problem with the recent software upgrade at the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles and a backlog of cases has led to police stopping motorists for driving unregistered vehicles when in fact the insurance and registration are current.
To help those wrongly suspended and fined, the department is issuing refunds for DMV fines, tickets and towing fees.
According to DMV's website, any customer who had continuous insurance coverage on their vehicle and incurred incorrect fines or fees may be entitled to a refund, if you experienced both of these situations:
The fees and fines eligible for refund are:
To learn how to apply for a refund visit: http://www.ct.gov/dmv/cwp/view.asp?a=1523&q=575580
To check the status your Insurance Compliance case visit DMV's online service for checking your case.
For more information related to this specific refund, please e-mail DMV at email@example.com .
Please copy me on the email at Tony.Hwang@cga.ct.gov .
Please consider sharing this message
Thursday, January 07, 2016
Were You Wrongly Fined by DMV? Rep. Tony Hwang has advice on what to do . . .
Steven DeToro Article and photos by Brian E. Clark, staff writer André Breton cited a profound quote regarding suicide, say...
Dear Congressmen, The 2020 election is shrouded in doubt. There is enough evidence to raise the eyebrows of every thinking American. Fo...
What's Wrong with Wind and Solar? Presented by Mark Mills Are wind, solar, and batteries the magical solutions to all our energy ne...
A NASA hangar holds pieces of the space shuttle Columbia. Searchers, including the FBI, recovered about 38 percent of the shuttle—more ...
This post first appeared on January 3. On January 24, it was reverted to a draft and rescheduled to post at 9:30 on the morning of the...