If your fine is overdue, make a payment as soon as possible to avoid any further penalties and enforcement actions.
If payment is made after the due date of the penalty reminder notice, further costs will apply.
When you pay an overdue fine or fee, you must include any late charges in your payment.
To check your balance, log into myEnforcement Order. To login, you'll need to enter the reference number on your overdue notice and postcode.
You'll also need to enter at least one of the following as proof of identification:
If there is a problem with your overdue fine you can
If you were hindered from dealing with your penalty notice before the due date and wish to have the $65 late fee reviewed, you can lodge a review by completing this Request a review of enforcement costs form or if you would like to speak to someone, contact us.
Update your details and give us your email address to receive your overdue fines and other notices by email.
You can use myEnforcement Order online to:
If you don’t pay a fine after we've sent a penalty reminder notice:
This is why you need to pay as soon as possible, or contact us if you can’t pay immediately so we can come to an arrangement.
If your overdue fine is still unpaid we're authorised to take the following actions.
If your fine is unpaid, we may:
You’ll usually need to pay all outstanding fines before you can apply to get your licence or registration back.
In some cases, we can negotiate to lift restrictions when overdue fines are still owing.
Visit the NSW Justice website to find out about penalties for driver licence disqualification.
When driving restrictions are applied a cost of $40 is applied to your outstanding balance.
Contact us if you have more questions about driving restrictions.
In some cases, we can seize your belongings to sell at auction as a way to enforce payment.
When a property seizure order is issued a cost of up to of $65 is applied to your outstanding balance.
We can ask your employer to deduct money from your wage and send it to us until all your overdue fines are paid.
We can also ask your bank to deduct money from your bank account to pay your overdue fines.
When a garnishee order is issued, a cost of up to $65 is applied to your outstanding balance.
You may apply to a court to vary or suspend a garnishee order if one is issued against you. The court can also order that the amount deducted be repaid to you. Contact the Department of Justice for more information on how to make an application.
We can summon you to attend court so we can examine your financial situation. This will determine what kind of enforcement action we take next if the fine remains unpaid.
If you are summoned to attend court a cost of up to $65 is applied to your outstanding balance.
We can place a charge on land that you own until you’ve paid all outstanding fines.
When a charge on land is requested a cost of up to of $65 is applied to your outstanding balance.