What happens if I don't pay my citation within the 20 days of issuance date and I fail to appear in Court?
If payment is not received with in the 20 days of the citation issuance date, the citation automatically becomes a summons requiring your appearance in court at the date, time and place shown on your citation. If you fail to appear in Court an automatic default judgment is entered on your driving record, an additional cost of $30.00 is added to the already given fines and fees, full points will be assessed to your driving record and the default judgment remains on your driving record until paid in full. You will not be able to renew your driver's license until you pay the court the amount of the judgment plus a fee as required by law.

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1. Does the Police Department do VIN inspections?
2. Is Berthoud Pass open?
3. Where can I park my car for the day?
4. How do I get in touch with a police officer after business hours?
5. How do I get a copy of a Police Report or Accident Report?
6. Where is the Grand County Jail?
7. How do I pay a penalty assessment citation?
8. What happens if I don't pay my citation within the 20 days of issuance date and I fail to appear in Court?
9. Where can I park a bus, large R.V., or trailer for the day?
10. What if I get a Parking ticket? How can I pay it?