Random proof of insurance letter, how to prove car was inoperable?

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eyvonne
Asked at 2012-10-13 09:15:03
My clutch on my old car went out sometime earlier this month so I parked the car in my garage and didn't drive it as I was gonna buy another car anyways. I had my friend who is an ASE Certified mechanic come over and check the car and verified that the clutch went out and he said he would fix it sometime. So I bought another car on July 2nd and added it to my policy and took my old car off the policy mid July as it has been sitting in my garage.

Fast forward 3 weeks later I get a random proof of insurance letter for my old car for July 25th. I can get exempt if I prove that the car was inoperable at least 30 days prior to July 25th. Does that mean that my car had to be inoperable sometime BEFORE June 25?? Do I have to have it proved inoperable at an auto shop or would a letter from my ASE Certified mechanic suffice? He did come out to my house to verify the clutch went out and I told him it didn't matter when the car had to be fixed as I already purchased another car. What do I do?
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