Did you know that paying fines for traffic violations is now easier than ever? In the past, offenders had to go directly to the Treasury, which caused a lot of inconvenience. But now, citizens have more flexibility in choosing how to pay their fines. Let’s explore different ways to pay fines for traffic violations other than going to the Treasury.
Pay fines online via the national civil service portal
Thanks to the National Portal of Public Services website, citizens can now pay fines online for traffic violations. No need to leave your home. All you need is a phone or a computer with internet access. Here’s how:
- Access the National Portal of Public Services at https://dichvucong.gov.vn.
- Choose the online payment option.
- Select “search/pay for traffic violations.”
- Enter the required information, such as the case number, offender’s full name, issuing authority, and date of the violation.
- Click “search.”
- Select “pay” and get the result from the sanctioning agency.
- Enter your payment information and select “pay.”
- Choose your bank, enter your details, and click “pay.”
You can also download the payment receipt if needed. Many people prefer this convenient and speedy way of paying fines for traffic violations.
Pay fines to the Treasury account
If you can’t go directly to the Treasury, don’t worry. You can transfer money to the Treasury account instead. The Treasury account number will be printed on the fine document. This method saves you a considerable amount of time while fulfilling your obligations properly.
Pay fines by mail
Did you know you can also pay traffic violation fines by mail? The government officially allows this method according to Resolution 10/NQ-CP of 2016. Simply go to any post office in the country, and the staff will assist you in completing the payment paperwork quickly.
Pay fines through the bank
For your convenience, the State Treasury has authorized several commercial banks to collect traffic fines. Individuals and organizations can apply to approved banks to pay their fines. Some of the authorized banks include MB Bank, Agribank, Vietcombank, Vietinbank, and BIDV.
Pay fines directly to the appropriate person
In addition to the aforementioned methods, you can pay fines directly to the person with sanction jurisdiction. For those who receive a warning or a fine ranging from 250,000 VND to 500,000 VND, you can pay the fine on the spot to the competent person without going through the Treasury.
Now you know where to pay fines for traffic violations if you don’t want to go directly to the Treasury. We hope this article has provided you with quick and easy ways to pay for any traffic violations you may have. For more information and resources, visit Truth and Hope. Stay safe on the roads!