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Log in to view your current and previous fines, see how much you owe and download road safety camera photos (if available).

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If you don't know these details or think we may have the wrong information, contact Fines Victoria, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm (except public holidays).

For infringement enquiries, call (03) 9200 8111 or 1300 369 819 for regional callers.

For Notice of Final Demand enquiries, call (03) 9200 8222 or 1800 150 410 for regional callers.

Do you have a Victorian driver licence?

If asked for your driver licence number, make sure you include any zeros at the start of your Victorian driver licence number.

  • What you can do here Open / Close

    Once you've logged in, you can:

    • See your current and previous fines.
    • See details of payment arrangements.
    • See how much you owe.
    • Set up an SMS payment reminder.
    • Download a PDF photo for each traffic offence (if available – not all fines have photos). Click 'View' next to the fine, and when the fine details open, scroll down to see the link. If the PDF file doesn't display in your web browser, look for it in your computer's downloads folder.
    • Access your fine history (for matters finalised within the past 6 months).

    You will not be able to

    • See information about fines that are not managed by Fines Victoria. If you're not sure, check your most recent fine for instructions and payment details.
    • Download PDF photos related to a fine that has already been paid.
    • Download PDF photos related to toll fines.
    • Download PDF photos related to fines finalised more than 6 months ago.
  • How to view the camera photo of your offence Open / Close

    To view the road safety or red light camera photo for your offence (if a photo is available):

    1. Log into Your fines (link opens in a new browser window). To log in, we will ask you to enter an obligation number, infringement number or court case number for one of your fines, as well as some other details about you, your licence or your vehicle.
    2. Once you've logged in, you will see a list of your fines.
    3. Click 'Photo' next to the relevant fine.
    4. A PDF file with details of your fine and photos will either display in your web browser or download to your computer, depending on how your web browser handles PDF files. If you don't see it in your browser window, look for the PDF file wherever your computer saves downloaded files.


    If there is no image link

    If there is no 'Photo' button next to your fine, this means there is no photo available.

    Offence photos are only available for seatbelt or portable device offences captured by trailer-based Road Safety Cameras, speed offences captured by mobile and fixed Road Safety Cameras and red-light offences captured by fixed Road Safety Cameras.

  • Things to note Open / Close
    • Data on this website is updated once every 24 hours. If a recent fine or payment does not appear on this website, please wait 24 hours and check again.
    • Payments you've made may take 4-5 working days to appear on this site, and cheques may take even longer. If you are approached by a sheriff's officer, you should provide them with evidence of the payment. Fines Victoria and sheriff's officers will not enforce your fine if you have paid.
    • You should deal with your fines as soon as possible. If you do not, enforcement action may be taken against you without further warning.
    • This summary may not show all your fines. Differences in the data we have been given, spelling of your name, address and driver licence may mean not all your fines are displayed here.
    • Some enforcement agencies do not ask us to enforce and collect their fines, so these fines will not be listed here. Refer to your fine for more details.
    • If the Sheriff or the Director of Fines Victoria detains and seizes your property or takes any other action against you, you may be liable for additional costs not shown here.
  • Change of address? Open / Close

    You must notify VicRoads

    Under the law, you must provide VicRoads with your new address within 14 days of moving.

    Fines sent to the address registered with VicRoads are 'deemed served' – even if you no longer live there and did not receive anything.

    You can update your contact details for both your licence and vehicle registration online at VicRoads.

    You should also notify Fines Victoria

    If you have outstanding fines, are paying off your fines in instalments, have a payment extension or have submitted a review request, you should also let us know if you've changed your address or contact details.

    If you've recently changed your name, address, driver licence number or any other personal details, it may take some time for this change to display here.

  • Who can view information about your fines? Open / Close

    Only people who have a lawful reason can access information about your fines.

    This means only you, or someone you authorise (like your lawyer or an interpreter), is allowed to access your information.

  • Your privacy is important to us Open / Close

    The login process establishes your identity and protects your personal information.

    The information you provide will be used for verification purposes only. More information about the handling of your personal details is available in the Website Privacy Statement.

  • Need help? Open / Close

    See answers to our most common queries.

    If you have an Infringement Notice or Penalty Reminder Notice enquiry, call (03) 9200 8111 or 1300 369 819 (for regional callers). We’re available Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm (except public holidays).

    If you have a Notice of Final Demand or enforcement warrant enquiry, call (03) 9200 8222 or 1800 150 410 (regional callers). We’re available Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm (except public holidays).

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