Got 2 Toll Violations, one is my car, the other is a stranger's car, with my same plates. What should I do?

So I got a ticket in the mail today, for a Toll Violation. One is of my car, which I knew about, however, the other was a different car of someone I don't know, but they have the same license plate as me. Should I report them to the police? This happened once before but I ignored it and nothing came of it, I

So I got a ticket in the mail today, for a Toll Violation. One is of my car, which I knew about, however, the other was a different car of someone I don't know, but they have the same license plate as me. Should I report them to the police? This happened once before but I ignored it and nothing came of it, I just don't want any violations on my record. The plates couldn't be stolen from my car because I still have both of them attached to the car.

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Rich:
First, look closely at the photograph and make sure it's really the same place, including the same state, not just the same plate number. If it's a different state, then it is not the same plate; dispute that ticket because the plate isn't yours. If it's a true duplicate, with the same state and the same plate number, then it's a forgery; call the police.

Either way, pay the ticket that is your car.

Ianab:
You pay the one that's legit, and dispute the other one.

Can be an all sorts of reasons, like a part obscured plate or a mistake in their system. Simply point out it's not your car.

AlCapone:
It can't be the same plates in the same state.
g:
Obviously the second citation is a mistake. Simply inform the authorities to that fact.

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