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Have you received a call or text message from Fines Victoria?

Published on 09 Apr 2019

Fines Victoria is actively making contact with people to assist them to resolve their matters before additional fees are added.

Change of address? Remember to update your details with VicRoads

Published on 24 Sep 2018

Have you moved recently? By law you must advise VicRoads of your new address within 14 days of moving.

Received an Enforcement Hearing Order?

Published on 15 Jun 2018

An Enforcement Hearing Order is a fine-related order made by a court and referred to Fines Victoria for collection and management.

Fake fine alert

Published on 01 Jun 2018

An email scam is doing the rounds and motorists are being warned to be on the lookout for fake traffic and parking infringement notices in their inboxes.

Maintenance scheduled - Sunday, 21 January 2018

Published on 19 Jan 2018

The system is undergoing upgrades and maintenance on Sunday, 21 January. The website may not display offence images during this time. If you’re unable to view your offence image, please check back later. 

Changes to Victoria's fines system

Published on 06 Dec 2017

A new administrative body called Fines Victoria was introduced as part of the Fines Reform Act 2014 on 31 December 2017.

Fake fine alert

Published on 09 Oct 2017

Another email scam is doing the rounds and motorists are being warned to be on the lookout for fake traffic infringement notices dropping into their inboxes.

The fines website has a new look

Published on 15 Aug 2017

The fines website has a new look. We're making it easier for people to self-service online to resolve their fine matters, and avoid costly fees.

Victorian Electoral Commission fines

Published on 11 Aug 2017

The Infringements Court has commenced issuing enforcement order notices for unpaid failure to vote infringement notices that were issued in January and February 2017 following the October 2016 local council elections.

Commissioner releases interim report into cameras affected by virus

Published on 09 Aug 2017

The Road Safety Camera Commissioner has published an interim report following his investigation into the circumstances surrounding the road safety cameras affected by a software virus.