Just make sure you do take care of it.
I had an incident where i receive a fix-it ticket for not displaying my license plate, back when I had purchased the WJ. Well, within days I had it fixed and signed off. I then stuffed the signed of fix-it ticket in my glove box and forgot all about it. Months later I was in Baghdad trying to fix this because the fin had increased by 700 fold, I had to dish out $700 bucks on a fix it ticket.
Similar story here. I had a fixit ticket for my registration (I simply just forgot to renew my registration). I renwed the registration and got it signed off. Sent in the sign off to the court and thought I was all good. I guess I forgot to pay the $10 or whatever you are supposed to send in when you submit the sign-off to the court. Or i didn't send enough $, or whatever. I'm still not really sure.
But in any case, it was not sufficient for them to accept the signed off ticket. The address on my license was not current because I had just recently moved, so the court sent the notice to my old address, and apparently letters from the court are NOT forwarded (how convenient...). So months go by and I thought I was all good. And then finally somehow a collections agency starts calling me and sending me letters (somehow THEIR letters get forwarded.... lol ) and I think they have the wrong person and try to explain that to them because I've never been asked to go to court and didn't owe anyone any money. And of course they don't tell me that I had letters from the court that I have apparently ignored or not received, all they tell me is that I owe them $1000 or something and don't even tell me what it's for or who it's for. I half way think it's a scam, and half way think they have the wrong person if it's actually legit.
So lots of frustration later, a note from the court finally gets to me at my current address, stating that I failed to go to court like 2 or 3 times or something like that, and that I had all these insane fees to pay and that if I fail to go to court again there will be a warrant out for me or some craziness like that. When I did finally go to court, I explained all this as honestly and as upfront as possible, brought documents showing that I had moved, and that I HAD fixed my registration and sent it into the court well in advance, and ended up only having to pay like $150 or something instead of the $1000+ or whatever it was.
But anyway, that got me to really pay attention to any legal documents or tickets or fines, and make sure that I follow the instructions to the T, and never be late on anything with the court or the DMV, and ALWAYS follow up to make sure that the issue has been resolved. And to make sure that I immediately change my address with the DMV and on my drivers license as soon as I move. The DMV and the court house do not talk to each other, and even though DMV and others mail gets forwarded, apparently letters from the courthouse do NOT get forwarded. That's BS if you ask me, but whatever, now I know. What ever is written on the ticket is all the court seems to know about.