Tickets must be paid
within 30 days in the county court clerk’s office where the
ticket was received. To pay a ticket, visit or call the clerk’s
office. In some counties, tickets may be paid on-line.
To dispute a ticket, you must appear in court in the county where
you received the ticket. Details for setting a court date are on
the back of the ticket you received or call the clerk’s
office in that county for instructions.
license check can tell you which courts you need to contact,
and their phone number. Only the courts can tell you what the ticket
was for and how much the fee is—so contact the court clerk
Out-of-State Tickets: All 50 states and
Washington, DC have websites with motor vehicle
information for consumers. Some states have separate agencies
for driver licensing vehicle, registration and highway patrol
(State Police). Go to other states