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How do I submit a Proof of Corrections?
You may have gotten a fix-it ticket or correctible violations added to your ticket. Proof of correction will be required before you can pay the ticket. Your proof must be submitted by mail or in person. You may not handle these tickets online or by phone. Your ticket may be for or include:
  • Mechanical equipment problems
  • Expired vehicle registration
  • Expired driver’s license
  • No proof of insurance

Your charges may be dismissed if you present proof of correction to the court by the due date and pay the required fee per violation. Your proof of correction certification must be done by an authorized agency, which may also require that you pay a sign-off fee. The type of violation determines the appropriate agency:

Violation Type May be certified as corrected by:
Violations of:
  • Driver's license
  • Registration violations
The DMV or by any clerk or deputy clerk of a Los Angeles Superior Court
  • Proof of Insurance (must have been valid on ticket violation date)
Deputy clerk of Los Angeles Superior Court
Violations of
  • Brakes
  • Lights
  • Muffler
  • Smog device
Any station that is licensed to make such inspections and certifications
Any violation may be certified as corrected by a Police Department, the CHP, the sheriff, the marshal, or another law enforcement agency regularly engaged in enforcement of the Vehicle Code
  • Important
  • Correctable violations must be handled in person or by mail. Proof of correction cannot be supplied online or by phone.
Please contact your local police, Sheriff, or California Highway Patrol station for information on certifying a violation as corrected.

For the complete list of Traffic Division fee amounts, view the Los Angeles Superior Court Traffic Fee Table.
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