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    Pay Your Oklahoma
    Traffic Ticket Online!

    • Easy Online Payment
    • Instant Court Notification
    • Avoid Fines & Warrants
    • 100% Safe & Secure

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

    Your fines and payment methods will vary depending on where you received your ticket. Contact the court listed on your ticket for specific information.

    Know Your Options

    Pay Ticket
    (Plead Guilty or No Contest)

    • Pay the fine.
    • Option to plea bargain penalties.
    • Incur points on your driving record (could lead to license suspension/revocation).
    • Possibly incur increase on auto insurance rates.
    • Possibly have points reduced by attending Defensive Driving School.

    Learn more by reading below.

    Fight Ticket
    (Plead Not Guilty)

    • Contest traffic ticket via trial.
    • Choose to represent yourself or hire an attorney.
    • Possibly lose option to plea bargain for lesser penalties
    • No penalties if found not guilty, but must pay court/attorney fees

    Learn more about
    Fight Traffic Ticket.

    What it Means to Pay Your Oklahoma Traffic Ticket

    Paying a traffic ticket is an admission of guilt, effectively waiving your right to a court trial. This means:

    • Once you pay, no further action is required on your behalf.
    • Points may be assigned to your driving record.
    • Depending on your driving history, your OK driver's license may be suspended or revoked.
    • You may be eligible for point reduction by completing a state-approved traffic school.
    • The violation's appearance on your driving record may cause a spike in your car insurance rates.

    Pay Traffic Citation On Time

    Submit payment before the traffic ticket's court date passes (this will be listed on the citation). Miss it and your OK driver's license will be suspended and the court may issue a bench warrant for your arrest.

    Pleading Guilty as an Oklahoma CDL Driver

    If convicted of a traffic ticket violation, regardless of vehicle, you must:

    • Notify your employer within 30 days of the traffic ticket conviction date.
    • Notify your employer within two business days day if your CDL is suspended, revoked, cancelled, or disqualified.

    You can find more information on CDL rules and regulations in Oklahoma's Commercial Driver License Manual.

    Pleading Not Guilty

    Disagree with the traffic ticket? Challenge the citation in court. A convincing defense could sway the judge to reduce charges or dismiss the ticket.

    Read all about pleading not guilty in our Fight Traffic Ticket page.

    Pay Your Oklahoma Traffic Ticket Online

    Many county courts within the State of Oklahoma will allow you to pay your traffic ticket instantly online. Select the court which issued your traffic ticket below and skip a trip to the traffic court.

    Court:

    If the Oklahoma issuing court is not listed above, follow the instructions on below.

    Pay Your Oklahoma Traffic Citation

    Submit payment, along with your plea―guilty or no contest―before the due date that's listed on the bottom of the citation, just above your signature.

    Depending on the court, you may have all or some of the following payment options:

    • Online
    • In person
    • By mail
    • By phone

    Pay Online

    Your traffic ticket will state if this option is available. Payment requires a valid credit card and the citation number. After completing the transaction, print the receipt for your records.

    Pay In Person

    Pay the court noted on the traffic ticket. Call ahead for hours and accepted forms of payment. Don't forget to bring your citation.

    Pay by Mail

    Follow the instructions listed on the citation. Follow carefully. If you have any questions regarding payment, call the court before mailing.

    Send to the court indicated on the citation. Do not send cash. Write the traffic ticket number on the check.

    Pay by Phone

    Call the number posted on the citation and follow the voice instructions. Have the citation number and a valid credit card at the ready.

    Check Your Driving Record

    Check your driving record for accuracy after a traffic ticket conviction. Verify the point total.

    Shop for Better Auto Insurance Rates

    Increased auto insurance rates usually follow traffic ticket convictions. Counter a rate increase by shopping online for a new vehicle insurance provider.

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