How to Pay a Provincial Violation Ticket
You can pay your violation ticket in person or by mail. To pay by mail, simply send a cheque or money order payable to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) at:
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3N9
To pay by phone: 1 800 950-1498
Receipts will not be issued. Do not send cash in the mail. NSF cheques will be subject to additional administrative charges, in accordance with current government policy.
To ensure payment is properly credited, include a copy of the front of the ticket or a note with the following information:
- the violation ticket number (located on the top right corner on the front of the ticket);
- your full name, address, driver’s licence number and date of birth; and
- the violation date, plus the name of the act and section number of the offence, as listed on the front of the violation ticket.
You can pay in person at the following locations:
- most Autoplan brokers;
- ICBC driver licensing offices;
- ICBC claim centres;
- ServiceBC offices;
- provincial court registries; or
- banks and other financial institutions (intersection camera tickets only).
Remember to bring a copy of your violation ticket with you.
If you do not dispute the offence and pay the ticket within 30 days of the date you were served, you will receive a $25 deduction. This deduction only applies to Motor Vehicle Act or Motor Vehicle Regulations offences with a ticketed amount greater than $58.
This deduction does not apply if:
- you are making a payment after 30 days from the date of service; or
- you are charged with committing an offence against a provincial statute other than the Motor Vehicle Act or Motor Vehicle Regulation.
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