If you were cited for a traffic violation, the court will mail you a reminder notice at the address listed on your ticket. Failure to receive the reminder notice does not excuse your obligation to pay it on or before your appearance date. If you do not receive your reminder notice at least two weeks before your promise to appear or appearance date and do not understand your options, you may come in person to the courthouse, inquire by mail prior to your appearance date, or speak with a clerk. Do not disregard your ticket if you do not receive your reminder notice in the mail. You must appear at the courthouse or settle your case by mail, over the phone or online by the appearance date, whether or not you receive the reminder notice. Read the back of your ticket for additional information. Failure to appear on or before the appearance date may result in an additional fee, a hold placed on your driver’s license and referral to collections.

If you wish to make a court appearance you must call the clerk’s office in which you were cited to appear to Reserve a Court Date.

Correctable violations cannot be paid online unless paid in full without providing corrections. Proof of correction must be presented to the court.

For more information click on any of the links below:

parking%20ticket.jpg

Pay A Traffic Ticket

Find out how to pay a ticket or settle a Proof of Correction violation in person or online.
 
helpful%20hints.jpg

FAQs

Answers to commonly asked questions about traffic violations and the payment process.
 
traffic%20school.jpg

Traffic School Information

Find out more about traffic school eligibility, locations and fees.
 
remote%20access.jpg

Remote Video Proceedings

For infractions cited in the Needles or Big Bear Districts, you have the option of appearing via remote video.

 
child%20suport.jpg

Self Help

This page offers additional information about common traffic topics, and the options available if you receive a ticket.


 
child%20car%20seat.jpg

Child Safety Seats

California law requires all passengers to be properly buckled up each and every time they ride in a vehicle. Children must be in a car seat or booster seat from birth to at least 8 years of age, or until they have reached a height of 4 feet 9 inches.