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Answers to common questions about paying and dealing with your infringement fines.

If your fine was issued by a court, see Court fine FAQs.

  • I've lost my fine. What should I do?
  • Why has my company received a traffic fine for more than $3,000?
  • An officer gave my fine to me on the spot and there's no obligation number on it. How can I pay the fine?
  • I sold my vehicle but I later received a fine for it. What can I do?
  • I sold my vehicle in another state, and I have now received a fine for it. What should I do?
  • I wasn't driving at the time of the offence but it's now too late to nominate. Is there anything I can do?
  • I have paid my fine - but I wasn't driving and I should have nominated the responsible driver. What can I do?
  • Why have I received a Failure to Vote fine from Fines Victoria?
  • Will my fine ever expire?
  • I've been getting fines at my address, but the person doesn't live here.
  • A fine has been issued to a person who has since died. What should I do?
  • How do I nominate for an infringement issued to a person who has died? Someone else is responsible for the offence.
  • I have received a fine for speeding. Can I see a copy of the camera test certificate?
  • How do fixed, mobile and point-to-point cameras work?
  • How often are fixed/mobile/point-to-point road safety cameras tested?
  • How are red light offences detected?
  • There are two vehicles in my fine photo. How do you know the person speeding was me?
  • I have a speeding fine on the Hume Freeway or Peninsula Link. Why is there more than one time-stamp on my offence photo?
  • I have a fine for driving through a red light. Why are the time stamps the same?
  • I saw a camera flash but I was not speeding. Did I get fined?
  • How can I suggest a road safety camera location?
  • What happens if I am bankrupt?
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