Fix-it Tickets and Registration Tickets
Vehicle safety violations (such as a cracked windshield or a broken tail light) are the only types of charges eligible for a fix-it violation. Registration and insurance violations are NOT considered fix-it violations under Utah State law.
To be eligible for dismissal, a fix-it ticket violation needs to be fixed and then signed off by police officer or by the sheriff’s office. You will need to present the signed-off ticket to the Lindon Justice Court within 14 days of the violation for the violation to be eligible for dismissal. You can submit a fix-it ticket for dismissal during regular court hours (M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.).
If you cannot fix the violation and present proof to the court within 14 days, please contact the court.
If your vehicle was registered at the time of the citation, you may be eligible for a dismissal if proof of registration along with proof that the registration was paid prior to the citation is provided within 14 days of the violation. You must bring this proof to the court before the charge can be dismissed.
If you receive a citation and register your vehicle after the citation, you may be eligible for a $10 credit towards your fine if you bring in proof of registration.