Pay a Provincial Violation Ticket
Paying a ticket in part or in full is considered pleading guilty to the violation described on the ticket.
Pay with cheque or money order by mail. Do not send cash. Include a copy of the front of the ticket with your payment – if you cannot provide a copy, include the following information:
- The ticket number (located on the top right corner on the front of the ticket)
- Your full name, address, driver's licence number and date of birth
- The violation date, plus the title of the act and section number, as shown on the front of the ticket
Cheques and money orders should be made payable to Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC).
Send payment and ticket information to:
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3N9
Receipts will not be issued.
NSF cheques will be subject to additional charges.
Call 1 800 950-1498 – be sure to have your violation ticket ready.
Make a payment using:
- Debit card
- Money order
Tickets can be paid at any of the following locations – be sure to bring a copy of the ticket with you:
In addition, tickets issued under the Motor Vehicles Act and Regulations can be paid at:
- ICBC Driver licensing office and claim centres
- Autoplan broker offices
Red light camera tickets can also be paid at banks and other financial institutions.
Deductions for Motor Vehicle Tickets
Get a deduction for paying a ticket quickly.
Tickets for offences under the Motor Vehicle Act or Regulations qualify for a $25 deduction if the following conditions are met:
- The ticket is paid within 30 days of the date it was issued
- The ticketed amount is greater than $58
- The entire amount of the ticket is paid (partial payments do not qualify for a deduction)
- The ticket has not been disputed