Pay Traffic Ticket in Oklahoma

SUMMARY: Paying Traffic Tickets in Oklahoma

Depending on where you received your traffic ticket, you may be able to pay your OK traffic ticket online, by mail, by phone, or in person. Check your ticket to see if a court appearance is required. Be sure to pay your fine before the due date to avoid additional fines and penalties.

Continue reading this page to learn how to pay your Oklahoma traffic ticket.

Pay Your Oklahoma Traffic Ticket

In Oklahoma, you may be able to pay your traffic ticket:

  • Online.
  • By mail.
  • By phone.
  • In person.

Your options will depend on which OK county you received your ticket in. Follow the instructions listed on the citation or contact the relevant traffic court for more information.

NOTE: If you do not respond to your fines before the deadline listed on your traffic ticket, the OK Department of Public Safety (DPS) will suspend your driver’s license.

Be sure to check whether a court appearance is mandatory. If it is, you may need to pay court fees in addition to your traffic ticket fine.

Don't Risk a Suspended License

Do you have too many points on your driving record? Are you getting close to a suspension? You may be eligible to complete a Driver Improvement Course (DIP) to reduce the number of points on your OK driving record.

Visit our Defensive Driving page for more information.

Parking Tickets in OK

Depending on where you received a parking ticket in Oklahoma, you may be able to pay your parking ticket:

  • Online.
  • By phone.
  • By mail.
  • In person.

Refer to your parking ticket for more information, including the payment due date.

Fees for Traffic Tickets

In Oklahoma, the ticket fine amount for your traffic citation will depend on the type of violation, the county court, and your driving record.

Usually, the more serious the violation, the higher your fine and the more points that will be added to your driving record.

To find out exactly how much your ticket will cost you, check your traffic ticket or contact the appropriate Oklahoma traffic court.

What Happens After Paying Your Ticket?

In Oklahoma, the DPS will add points to your driving record when you are convicted of a traffic offense. If you accumulate 10 points on your driver's license within 5 years, it will be suspended.

NOTE: Some serious offenses may result in an automatic driver's license suspension.

To learn more, visit our DMV Point System in Oklahoma page.

Check Your Driving Record

Did you know that your car insurance rates can increase after receiving points on your driving record? Check your driving record to make sure no additional points were added by mistake and you're not overpaying for insurance.

Oklahoma Traffic Tickets: FAQs

Read our Traffic Ticket FAQ page for more information about traffic tickets, including:

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