I received a thank you for traveling 66mph in a 55mph zone on the Interstate in Sioux City, Iowa for the amount of $168 in the mail the other day. The citation included still photo's of the front and rear of my vehicle. The license plate is visible but the windshield is blurred out so you can't see the driver. I assume that blur will disappear at the time of a hearing if someone claims they weren't the driver. I'm not denying guilt, but I'm not admitting it either. I just wish I had memory of my speed at that particular time and location. Basically, I would rather have just been stopped by an officer, issued a citation and sent on my way. I really don't know if I'm guilty or not. I can request a hearing but I live 550 miles away. I may just pay it and be done with it but my question is, what happens if I don't? The letter states this is a "civil infraction". No record will be sent to my insurance or the DMV. Failure to pay the fine will result in a judgement being issued against me and liens registered in Woodbury County Court and pursued by a collection agency. Does this mean they will sue me in civil court? Garnish my wages? I really don't understand the lingo. These roadside law enforcement cameras aren't in my area so I don't know anything about them. Is it normal to just send a citation in regular mail? Any advise or clarification would be appreciated. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!