(a) Any person who forges or, without authority, signs any evidence or proof of insurance,
who files or offers for filing any such evidence of proof knowing or having reason
to believe that it is forged or signed without authority or who provides false or
fraudulent information is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall
be fined not more than one thousand dollars or imprisoned in jail for not more than
one year, or both.
(b) Any person who violates any provision of this chapter for which no penalty is
otherwise provided is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall
be fined not more than five hundred dollars or imprisoned in jail not more than ninety
days, or both.
(c) The commissioner shall suspend the person's driver's license for a period of ninety
days and shall revoke the motor vehicle registration upon receipt of a conviction
under subsection (a) of this section: Provided, That the motor vehicle registration may be reinstated upon current proof of the security
required by this chapter.
(d) If the commissioner determines that any person has provided false or fraudulent
insurance information on any application, form or document to the division or has
provided a fraudulently altered or forged evidence or proof of insurance to the division,
the division shall suspend the person's driver's license for ninety days and revoke
the motor vehicle registration until genuine proof of insurance is provided to the
(e) The person shall be afforded due process in accordance with the provisions of
section seven, article two-a of this chapter.
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