Provincial Violation Tickets

How to Pay or Dispute a Provincial Violation Ticket (PDF)

Provincial violation tickets are traffic tickets issued for offences such as running a red light or driving without insurance – offences under the Motor Vehicle Act and Regulations.

Provincial tickets can also be issued for offences under the following provincial legislation:

  • Commercial Transport Act
  • Fisheries Act
  • Forest Act
  • Liquor Control and Licensing Act

Ticket holders have 30 days from the date the ticket was issued to choose one of the following actions:

Not paying or disputing a ticket within 30 days means the ticket holder is considered to have pleaded guilty, and the full amount is due immediately.

Provincial Ticket Forms

Red Light Camera Tickets

To dispute a red light camera ticket, visit ICBC’s Red Light Camera Dispute Webpage.

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