Florida Traffic Ticket And Traffic School Resources
If you receive a ticket for a non-criminal moving violation you have 3 options…
- Paying Citation will assess points on your driving record and may cause your insurance rates to go up.
- Accumulating too many points on your record may cause your driver license to be suspended.
- Skip the courthouse, pay your traffic citations online.
- Click Here To Pay Your Ticket Online & receive confirmation of your payment.
- Contest your ticket in court.
- If you appear in court and loose, the court will assess points, require that you pay fine.
- Judge may assess you an additional penalty for up to $1000 and may require you to attend traffic school, or all of the above.
- Your insurance rates may go up and your policy may be cancelled.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which Option Should I Take?
The choice is up to you. But as you can see from the list above, traffic schools provide a number of mandatory benefits and was developed so that drivers could elect driver improvement or defensive driver training following a ticket event through a number of incentives and become better, safer drivers. Read More>>
What if I go to Court?
If you go to court and decide to try to beat your traffic ticket, you may NOT use this website to pay your ticket. Additionally, a judge may adjudicate you guilty, assess points, fine you up to $1000, require you to attend traffic school, or all of the above. And, your insurance rates may go up and your policy may be cancelled. Read More>>
What Are Criminal Traffic Offenses?
Criminal Traffic Offense is a violation that may subject a defendant, upon conviction, to incarceration. Criminal offenses require a court appearance and can carry penalties including fines/costs, probation, and/or incarceration (jail time). Read More>>