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Non-Mov­ing Violations

A non-moving violation is any type of traffic offense that involves a stationary vehicle. Parking violations, paperwork violations, and vehicle violations are all common types of non-moving violations. Points are not assessed on the Missouri driving record for non-moving violations. Fact: suspensions cannot be submitted for processing on non-moving violations.

Com­mon­ly Report­ed Non-Mov­ing Violations

The following list is not all-inclusive, but does reflect the most commonly reported non-moving violations:

  • Possession of marijuana
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Minor in possession of alcohol
  • Failed to properly display vehicle license plates and/or tabs
  • Failed to register motor vehicle with Department of Revenue or sufficient gross weight
  • Displayed motor vehicle plats on vehicle that belong to another person
  • Transported children and/or self without the use of seat belts or approved restraint system
  • Motor vehicle plates expired
  • Operated vehicle with studded tires between April 1 and November 1
  • Operated a vehicle with radar detector device
  • Possession of altered driver’s license (not in moving vehicle)
  • Failed to display a fuel license/permit
  • Failure to purchase city sticker
  • Loud music by peace disturbance in a vehicle
  • No medical certification card for Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) driver
  • Littering from a moving vehicle
  • Improper parking or illegally parking
  • Supplied intoxicating liquor to person under 21 years of age
  • Failed to wear a motorcycle helmet
  • Open container in a parked vehicle or in possession of passenger
  • Failed to stop at weigh station

Vehi­cle Equip­ment Violations

Any type of description that deals with vehicle equipment or the vehicle is as follows:

  • Defective windshield
  • Defective or no tail lights
  • Operate with one headlight
  • Operate CMV with unsafe suspension
  • Defective horn
  • No brake lights
  • No muffler
  • Failed to secure vehicle load
  • Improper width of vehicle
  • Vision reducing material applied to windows
  • Defective equipment
  • Improper load on vehicle
  • Vehicle over-weight