leifertlaw September 2, 2009 Traffic Defense
Our South Florida traffic ticket attorneys have learned that the Palm Beach County Clerk & Comptroller’s office has partnered with The Check Cashing Store to offer Florida motorists another option for paying traffic tickets. Drivers can pay their tickets at one of more than 80 Check Cashing Store locations in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties.
Tickets can also be paid online, in person at any clerk’s office, or by mail. A $3 convenience fee applies if paying at The Checking Cashing Store, and tickets must be paid in cash within 30 days of receiving the citation.
Tickets that require mandatory court of proof of compliance (for instance, in the case of improper or unsafe equipment or failure to display registration) cannot be paid at The Check Cashing Store.
Paying traffic tickets just got easier in Palm Beach County, South Florida Sun Sentinel, August 7, 2009
Have a question about traffic citations in South Florida? Contact a South Florida traffic attorney for a free initial consultation.
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