How can I find my ticket?

There's no need to lay awake and ask yourself, "How am I going to find my ticket?" Parking tickets, speeding tickets, and other moving and non-moving citations can easily be sent to you simply by calling the jurisdiction where the infraction occurred and explaining the situation. You should call the traffic court division or the police department. If the department you call can't help you, they'll be able to transfer you to the correct department, or give you the phone number in question.

Just don't let this situation linger and wind up missing the payment deadline. Otherwise, you'll be in more trouble, and will likely pay a higher fine. Also, keep in mind that in many states attending traffic school could reduce the ticket fee or reduce the amount of points that will appear on your license.

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