California’s traffic ticket and infraction amnesty program is in full swing and if you don’t know what this is, you might want to – it could apply to you, in a good way, to help you out with some of your unpaid traffic tickets. This program provides relief to some individuals who have certain outstanding unpaid traffic tickets. The amount due can be lowered, making it easier for them to finally be paid off. To qualify:
- Tickets must have originally been due by January 1, 2013 or have a suspended license and are making payments on the ticket.
- Tickets may not be for parking violations, reckless driving, or DUI offenses
To further determine if a person is qualified to participate in this program, they can contact the superior court in the area where they were served the ticket. There is a fee to apply, but truthfully, after calculating how much less a person now has to pay than originally served plus the fee is cheaper.
Getting into this amnesty program is better than being served an arrest warrant for a bunch of unpaid tickets, isn’t it?