Do I have any outstanding tickets?

Call your local DMV office. All traffic tickets are immediately entered into a police database that's shared with DMV offices and insurance companies. A DMV agent should be able to provide you with an update on any outstanding tickets.  

Immediate action is imperative. Don't put off learning your citation status, even if you only think its parking tickets. Any unpaid ticket can accrue steep fines. And there's also the possibility that overlooked traffic tickets could lead to a suspended license. 

If you discover outstanding tickets on your record you may want to consider traffic school. Depending on your state, or even county, enrollment may reduce your fines and license points. But this is an arrangement you'll have to work out with the courts.

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