What happens when outstanding vehicle violations are satisfied? Upon satisfaction of vehicle violations previously reported as outstanding against a vehicle, the issuing jurisdiction must:
(1) Furnish the registered owner with a proof of payment form; and
(2) Notify the department within ten days of satisfaction of the vehicle violations.
(3) Both proof of payment and notification to the department must contain:
(a) Jurisdiction name;
(b) NCIC number/originating agency identifier (ORI)/jurisdiction ID;
(c) Vehicle violation number;
(d) Date vehicle violation was issued;
(e) Vehicle license plate number;
(f) Date of satisfaction;
(g) Jurisdiction seal, except if filed electronically;
(h) Signature of representative and date signed, except if filed electronically.
(4) If filed electronically, must be in accordance with department instructions.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 46.01.110
. WSR 11-17-111, § 308-96A-355, filed 8/23/11, effective 9/23/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.01.110
, 46.12.040, 46.12.216. WSR 01-17-091, § 308-96A-355, filed 8/20/01, effective 9/20/01. RCW 46.01.110
, 46.12.040, 46.16.216. WSR 00-03-057, § 308-96A-355, filed 1/18/00, effective 2/18/00. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.01.110
. WSR 84-17-074 (Order TL-RG 7), § 308-96A-355, filed 8/15/84.]