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MVA will only accept a fax copy from the customer service center or Rockville City Police Department.
Please mail to Rockville City Police Department, Photo Enforcement Unit – Transfer of Liability, 2 West Montgomery Avenue., Rockville, MD 20850.
Travel: Travel documentation such as itinerary or airline, train or bus tickets showing your name and dates, time and travel destination, or hotel receipts also showing your name, dates and location of occupancy.
Loan Vehicle to Relatives or Friends: Letter or other statement from the person accepting responsibility or evidence that you were not operating the vehicle (such as statements from employer that you were working, traveling, etc.) and the name, address and other identifying information of the person who was operating the vehicle.
Vehicle Being Serviced: Copy of repair or service bills that cover the time of the issuance of the citation. All identifying information of service entity must be provided on bill or invoice.
Medical Disability or Incapacitation: Competent documentation from a medical professional such as a doctor, surgeon and Emergency Room, etc., which substantiates your disability, at the time the citation issued. (Do not disclose any medical diagnoses or health conditions.) Documentation must have medical personnel’s contact information identified.
Lease of vehicle: Copy of lease agreement with all identifying information, including signatures of parties and the effective dates of the lease.
Vehicle Sold: Copy of Bill of Sale.
Military Duty: Copy of military orders or certified statement from commanding officer individual was on military duty at the time the citation was issued.
Deceased or Incapacity: Death certificate, certified statement from estate administrator, conservator or guardian.
While the law does not specifically require you to identify who was operating the vehicle at the time of the violation, your chances of having the Court transfer liability to another person is substantially enhanced if you include the name, address and, if known, the date of birth and driver’s license number of the person operating the vehicle at the time of the violation.