Search
Search & Choose State

  • Traffic Tickets in Pennsylvania

    Pay Your Pennsylvania
    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

    What do you need help with today?

    • Traffic Ticket Attorneys Traffic Ticket Attorneys

      Attorneys and legal services specializing in traffic citations for the state of Pennsylvania.

    • Pay Traffic Ticket Pay Traffic Ticket

      Need help paying your Pennsylvania ticket? DMV Guide has the answers. Information for where and...

    • Fight Traffic Ticket Fight Traffic Ticket

      Learn More On How To Fight Your Traffic Ticket in Pennsylvania. Get Tips On Hiring...

    • Lost Traffic Ticket Lost Traffic Ticket

      Learn How To Track Down Lost Traffic Tickets in Pennsylvania So You Can Easily Pay...

    • Driving Records Driving Records

      Learn how to obtain your driving record or the driving records of another driver in...

    • Ticket Fines and Penalties Ticket Fines and Penalties

      Get The Facts On PA Traffic Ticket Fines and Speeding Ticket Penalties. Learn More On...

    • Point Reduction Point Reduction

      Learn How To Reduce PA Driving Record Points Or Get A Traffic Ticket Dismissed. Get...

    • Traffic Ticket FAQ Traffic Ticket FAQ

      Get More On Speeding Tickets in Pennsylvania With Our Traffic Ticket FAQ Page. We Cover...

    PA Traffic Tickets

    Every conviction for a moving violation carries a two-pronged sting. Not only does the fine deplete your bank account, but depending on the severity of your infraction, a traffic ticket can force you to surrender your license.

    Pennsylvania adheres to a point system. With every traffic ticket, points―ranging from 2 points to 5 points―are added to your driving record. If you accumulate 6 points or more, penalties such as suspensions and special driving classes begin invading your lifestyle.

    Consequences for Traffic Tickets

    Here's just a sampling of the points imposed for various moving violation convictions:

    • Failure to stop for a red light: 3 points.
    • Illegal U-turn: 3 points.
    • Careless driving: 3 points.
    • Failure to stop at a railroad crossing: 4 points.
    • Exceeding the speed limit by 31 mph: 5 points.

    Traffic tickets also disrupt your financial peace of mind. Not only must you pay a fine, but depending on the severity of your faux pas, you might also experience an unwelcome leap in your car insurance premiums. A parking ticket won't raise eyebrows with your insurance carrier, but if you get clocked rocketing through a school zone at 27 mph over the speed limit, you can expect to see a prolonged financial spike in the price of your policy.

    Usually it's easiest and quickest to just plead guilty and pay your traffic ticket. But if one more driving-related conviction would put you over the point threshold for a license suspension or result in your insurance carrier dropping you, it might be worth fighting the ticket in court with the help of a traffic ticket attorney.