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Found in Crime and justice / Paying fines / Pay a court fine
You can pay fines imposed by a court online. Infringements from Police (like speeding tickets) or local councils (like parking tickets) become court fines if you don’t pay them on time.
Found in Crime and justice / Paying fines / Dog owners: fines and infringement notices
If you don't keep control of your dog, allow a dog into a restricted area or if you abuse or neglect an animal, you can be fined or sent to prison — and banned from owning dogs in the future.
Found in Crime and justice / Paying fines / Pay a speeding ticket or traffic infringement
You pay speeding tickets and Police infringement notices (eg for not wearing a seatbelt) directly to the Police.
Found in Transport / Fines, penalties and losing your licence
You must follow the road rules for your safety and the safety of others when you drive. If you don’t, you can be fined or have your driver licence or car taken off you.
Found in Crime and justice
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Found in Transport
Car seats for kids, buying and selling a vehicle, registration, WOF, driver licences, traffic information, fines, tickets, losing your licence.
Found in Transport / Driver licences / Replace your driver licence if it's been lost or stolen
If you lose your licence or it's been stolen, replace it as soon as you can — you can be fined for driving without it.
Found in Crime and justice / The courts / Find your local district court
New Zealand's 59 district courts deal with both criminal and civil matters. You can also pay fines at these courts.
Found in Leaving NZ / Moving or travelling overseas / Before you travel
Avoid surprises — before you go, find and check your passport, pay your fines and check if there are any special travel requirements for the countries you’re visiting.
Found in The great outdoors / Tramping and camping / Freedom camping
Freedom camping is when you camp on public land that isn’t a recognised camping ground or holiday park.