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Fines

Information on how to pay a fine or how to appeal a fine.

Dealing with an infringement notice

If you receive a fine, you must pay or take other action by the due date. Ignoring a fine will become serious and costly. The options below are available to you if your fine is at infringement notice stage.

Options to deal with your infringement notice:

Pay a Fine in Full

Apply for a Time Extension for Fine Payment

Apply to Pay a Fine by Instalments

Nominate Another Driver for a Parking Fine

Request an Internal Review of a Fine

Take a Fine to Court

If you don’t pay

If you do not pay your fine and you ignore all reminders, the matter becomes serious and costly. The Infringements Court may issue an enforcement order and/or an infringement warrant, giving the Sheriff power to enforce that warrant.

The Sheriff can enforce an unpaid infringement warrant by:

  • the seizure and sale of your property
  • suspension of your driver licence
  • suspension of your vehicle's registration
  • non-renewal of your vehicle's registration
  • wheel clamping of your vehicle
  • your arrest 

Learn more at: online.fines.vic.gov.au/fines

Penalty units

Penalty units determine the amount a person is fined when they commit an offence.

The current value of a penalty unit is $160. For example if you receive a fine for an offence that carries two penalty points, the total fine is $330.

Please note this amount is subject to change annually in July, and will be adjusted in July 2020.

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