Can I check for tickets online?

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Some state driver license agencies allow you to do this. However, most states don't permit you to check for tickets online.

To find out if your state agency gives you this option, go to your state's central driver license site. Look for anything having to do with traffic tickets, parking tickets, or even traffic school. If you do have the ability to locate your tickets online, you should be able to find this information in these areas. Of course, you can always simply call your local drivers license office or the headquarters of your main drivers license agency to get your answer.

Keep in mind you might be able to reduce your traffic citation fine - or get the accompanying points off your license - by taking a traffic school course. So, while you're looking for information about traffic tickets online, don't forget to look at traffic school options, too.

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