Pay traffic tickets online Alberta
The Online fine payment system can be accessed through:
- AMA Online Fine Payments (external site, available to AMA members only)
- E-Registry Online Fine Payments (external site, available to all clients)
The Online vehicle registration system can be accessed through:
A Registry Agent service fee (plus GST), is charged for all transactions. For fee information, please refer to the Registry Agent Product Catalogue (pdf).
In Canada, although some major cases can’t be detected for a short time, someone may well discipline you soon if you park illegally or you take bus without ticket, and the high cost of violations make you have to repent and reform former faults after recalling the painful experience. Some tickets are unreasonable, but we have to say that the relatively good social order is none other than the binding force for people based on the high cost of violations.
For the violation which is captured by electronic police, the fines can be paid when annual inspection.
For the violation which is given a ticket by the traffic police on the scene, the fines should be paid within 15 days, if it is not paid over 15 days, 3% overdue fee would be fined each day, the highest overdue fee can’t exceed the total amount of fines.
pay fines at www.finepayment.gov.ab.ca
If you have received a summon due to mobile (for example overspeed) or overtime parking, parking in the improper place (for example park), if you don’t pay the fine within the prescribed time, you would receive the court summons. Overdue fee will increase. So you must pay quickly after receiving a traffic ticket, otherwise the consequence is more serious.
For online payment of traffic ticket, you will need:
A Part 3 Violation Ticket (yellow copy, current or overdue) (note: if the ticket has expired, overdue fee will be added to the original fines amount, if you don’t pay, your car insurance, and other business will be affected.)
You can use a Visa or MasterCard to pay on www.finepayment.gov.ab.ca.