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    Pay Your Kansas
    Traffic Ticket Online!

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    Note:If your court is not listed please follow the instructions on your ticket

    Know Your Options

    Pay Ticket
    (Plead Guilty or No Contest)

    Fight Ticket
    (Plead Not Guilty or Nolo Contendere)

    • Contest your ticket and schedule a hearing.
    • Present your case, possible with a traffic ticket attorney.
    • Gain no penalties if found not guilty (except applicable court/attorney fees).
    • Appeal the guilty verdict (if applicable).

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    Fighting your Traffic Ticket »

    What it Means to Pay Your KS Traffic Ticket

    Paying your KS traffic ticket means pleading guilty or no contest and dealing with any violation-related penalties:

    • Some courts allow convenient online payment (see below).
    • Depending on the violation (and how many times you’ve committed it), you could face license suspension or revocation.
    • Your judge might dismiss the ticket if you complete an approved traffic school.
    • Your auto insurance rates might increase the next time you renew.

    Your citation includes a date by which you must pay your fine. If you fail to pay by that date, you’ll receive a notice; this means you must pay your fine by the date of the notice. Missing that deadline results in license suspension and in some cases, an arrest warrant.

    Lost your ticket? We can help you find a lost citation, or you can contact your court for information specific to your ticket. Municipal Courts handle city-level tickets, and District Courts handle county-level citations.

    Plead Guilty as a KS CDL Driver

    You can plead guilty or no contest the same as any other driver, but understand CDL drivers receive severe penalties for certain violations. You could actually lose your job.

    Refer to Ticket Fines and Penalties for more information about federally-mandated commercial driver penalties.

    REMEMBER: You must notify your employer of a traffic violation.

    Plead Not Guilty

    Sure, it sounds convenient―especially if you’re guilty of a minor infraction―but pleading guilty and paying your fine isn’t your only option.

    You can contest the ticket and fight the charges in court. Drivers charged with serious offenses often choose this route, as do drivers who know they’re innocent―regardless of their charges.

    Head over to Fighting Your Traffic Ticket to learn more about this option.

    Pay Your Kansas Traffic Ticket Online

    Kansas allows online traffic ticket payment, but you must make sure your specific court is set up to handle online payments.

    Check to see if your court allows online payments.

    Have your citation handy. Online payments sometimes require information like the traffic ticket number, fine, and even the deadline to pay.

    Keep reading for additional ways to pay your traffic ticket fine.

    Additional Traffic Ticket Payment Options

    Most courts allow drivers to pay their traffic ticket fines in person, by mail, or even over the telephone.

    Your citation should include this information, especially if your violation doesn’t have a scheduled fine (meaning, the officer couldn’t note the cost; the court has to tell you how much to pay).

    Check your ticket for payment methods and options, and contact your court with any questions.

    Get Points Removed from Your Driving Record

    Kansas doesn’t use a point system.

    Check Your Driving Record

    You won’t receive points on your driving record for pleading guilty or no contest to your traffic ticket; however, depending on the nature or number of the offense, you could lose your license to suspension or revocation.

    Always check your driving record after you plead guilty or no contest to make sure your driving privileges are intact; considering what’s at stake, you might want to get a copy before you plead.

    Shop for Better Auto Insurance Rates

    To auto insurance providers, pleading guilty or no contest is the same as being convicted of committing the offense. This means you’ll likely receive higher auto insurance rates the next time you renew your policy.

    Get a head start on more affordable coverage by comparing insurance quotes online now.