Q: Does a written warning affect your insurance also had no insurance card on me do I have to prove I had it for a warning
A: I'd suggest reading the document a police officer gave you. If it directs you to respond in some way, then I'd suggest doing so. What I think of as a written warning from a police officer is not a traffic citation, and so is not a violation charge and will not led to a conviction that could be placed on a drivers license record. If the police officer or the document directed you to provide proof of insurance, then it would be a good idea to do so.
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