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.
New laws and penalties are now in place to address drug-impaired driving.
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