If you fail to appear, the court will enter a default judgment against you. This means the court will automatically find you responsible for the infraction charged, set the fine and costs, and mail you a judgment notice requiring you to pay. If you do not pay the judgment within 28 days, the court will send you a 14-day notice. If you do not pay within 14 days of receiving the notice, your driver’s license will be suspended by the Secretary of State and the court may issue a warrant for your arrest.
Also, if you request an Informal Hearing and fail to appear at the hearing you may be assessed an additional fee.