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Scheduled maintenance

Published on 01 Mar 2024

Camera photos will not be available for viewing on Sunday 3 March 2024 between 6am and 9am.

Scheduled maintenance

Published on 23 Feb 2024

Our payment portal will be unavailable on Sunday 25 February 2024 between 4am and 7am.

Upcoming changes to applying for infringement extensions

Published on 22 Feb 2024

Until 8 March 2024, all applications for infringement extension are made in-person to the Magistrates’ Court. Following a legislative change that will start on 8 March 2024, Fines Victoria will accept and process infringement extension applications for eligible offences.

RESOLVED - Network issue impacting the Fines Victoria Call Centre

Published on 03 Jan 2024

The network issue that was impacting the Fines Victoria Call Centre from 12 to 2pm on 3 January 2024 has been resolved and all services have been restored.

RESOLVED - Website issue

Published on 19 Dec 2023

We understand some customers may be having problems submitting web forms. We are currently working on the issue.

Impact of the Optus network outage on the Fines Victoria Call Centre

Published on 08 Nov 2023

The Fines Victoria Call Centre has been impacted by the outage of Optus network with our 1300 and 1800 numbers currently unavailable.

Have you received a Notice of Final Demand for a failure to vote fine?

Published on 10 Oct 2023

Fines Victoria has begun issuing Notices of Final Demand for fines registered with us by the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) for failure to vote in the Victorian State Government election in November 2022.

Be aware of potential scams

Published on 26 Jul 2023

Fines are only issued on-the-spot by an issuing officer, attached to your vehicle, or sent by post. If you have an active payment arrangement, Fines Victoria will contact you by SMS to advise you have received a new fine. We will not contact you via SMS to tell you if a fine has been withdrawn or that you have been issued a refund, we will send you a letter by post. We may call or SMS you to follow up on your outstanding fines.

Unpaid fines can affect your driver licence and vehicle registration

Published on 09 Jun 2023

The Director, Fines Victoria has the power under section 89 of the Fines Reform Act 2014 to apply sanctions on a driver licence or permit and/or vehicle registration(s), to encourage you to resolve your outstanding fine(s). A sanction may include suspension of your driver licence and/or vehicle registration or restrict your ability to transfer your vehicle or renew your driver licence.

Changes to the application of demerit points for special circumstances review applications

Published on 16 Mar 2023

The Road Safety (Drivers) Amendment Regulations 2023 will commence operation on 27 March 2023 and make changes to the way demerit points are applied to your driver licence for eligible driving-related offences.