Tickets and penalties
Learn how to pay or dispute a ticket. And find out more about penalties, including points, prohibitions, impoundments, suspensions, and more.
If you've received a traffic ticket, you can pay it over the phone, by mail or in-person.
If you want to dispute the ticket (allegation) or amount of the fine, here's how to dispute.
Each offence is associated with a number of points. Find the chart of fines and points for B.C. traffic offences.
In addition to a fine for a traffic ticket, you may have to pay the Driver Penalty Point Premium.
A Driver Risk Premium is charged to drivers with one or more driving offences or convictions.
This premium is charged to drivers who are found 50% or more at fault for three crashes within a 3-year period.
If you've been convicted of a motor vehicle-related criminal offence, your driver's licence can be suspended.
B.C. motorists can be prohibited from driving for various reasons.
A 90-day driving prohibition issued to impaired drivers under the Motor Vehicle Act.
A vehicle can be impounded by police when the driver is impaired, or for other reasons. Find out how to get your vehicle back.