|New York State DMV - Internet Office Transactions|
|TVB Traffic Ticket Appeal|
If you have questions about this transaction, read the information on this page.
When you are ready to begin this transaction, use the "Go to Transaction" link at the bottom of the page.
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Yes, but the address you enter or update in this transaction, does not change your address on your DMV driver license or vehicle records. Read the instructions to change your address on DMV documents and records.
Yes, but when you file the appeal, you must use the name that is on the traffic ticket that you appeal. Read the instructions to change your name on DMV documents and records.
This transaction is normally available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
There is no additional cost to do this transaction online. The Appeal Fee you pay online is the same fee that you would pay to file an appeal by mail.
You must use a credit card or an acceptable debit card to pay for this transaction online. The DMV accepts these credit cards:
You can use a debit card if the debit card was issued by MasterCard® or Visa® and the card does not require you to enter a personal identification number (PIN).
The DMV uses secure socket layering (SSL) to protect your information. The DMV encrypts your credit card information and your personal information so other Internet users cannot read the information. Read the DMV Privacy and Security Statement.
The Appeal Fee is $10. Your credit card will be charged exactly $10 for each appeal you file.
The amount of the payment is displayed on the confirmation page, the confirmation e-mail message, and your credit card statement.
You need your Confirmation Number if you contact the DMV about your online transaction. After you complete the transaction, you will see a confirmation page in your browser window. The confirmation page displays your Confirmation Number and other information about your transaction.
When the confirmation page appears in your browser window, write your Confirmation Number on a piece of paper. Do not try to print or to reload the confirmation page until you first record the confirmation number. Some browsers can erase your transaction information from the page if you try to print or to reload this page.
The confirmation page can take several seconds to appear. If the confirmation page does not appear immediately, do not select the button to submit your payment again. If you select the button more than one time, you can receive an error message. Wait for the confirmation page to appear.
Your Confirmation Number also appears in the e-mail confirmation message that you will receive after you submit your payment.
NOTE: Completion and confirmation of this web transaction does not mean your appeal has been accepted. The DMV Appeals Board can reject your appeal if:
To view the status of your appeal, access the transaction and enter the ticket number and the Client Identification Number (CID) or name and date of birth you entered to file the appeal.
To update your mailing address or your attorney information, access the transaction again. Enter the ticket number and the Client Identification Number (CID) or name and date of birth you entered to file the appeal and your three-digit Appeal Access Number.
To submit an additional Appeal Argument after you filed your appeal online, access the transaction again. Enter the ticket number and the Client Identification Number (CID) or name and date of birth you entered to file the appeal and your three-digit Appeal Access Number.
You cannot edit your original Appeal Argument or any previous Additional Appeal Arguments, but you can submit additional arguments until the deadline for arguments. For a Full Appeal, the deadline for additional Appeal Arguments is 30 days from the date of the letter the Transcriber sends you with your transcript.
To submit exhibits or arguments that cannot be submitted through the online transaction:
The Appeal Access number is a three-digit number that is displayed on the Confirmation Message page at the end of the transaction, and in the transaction confirmation e-mail.
No. After you select the button to verify the selections you made, or the button that displays the words "Submit My Payment," your transaction is processed. You cannot cancel the transaction after you verify your selections or submit your payment.
No. The fee is not refundable for any reason. When you submit your appeal, it does not mean your appeal will be accepted. Completion of this web transaction does not mean your appeal has been accepted. The DMV Appeals Board can reject your appeal if:
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