Fixed penalties provide an efficient, proportionate and direct way of dealing with a wide range of motoring offences.
There are two types of fixed penalty tickets, endorsable and non-endorsable:
- Non-endorsable is a monetary only fine.
- Endorsable tickets will carry both a monetary fine and points on your driving license.
The cost of both endorsable and non-endorsable fixed penalty fines are as below:
- £100 fine, endorsable, three penalty points
- £200 fine, endorsable, three penalty points
- £200 fine, endorsable, six penalty points
- £300 fine, endorsable, six penalty points
- £50 fine, non-endorsable
- £100 fine, non-endorsable
- £200 fine, non-endorsable
- £300 fine, non-endorsable
Options if you receive a fixed penalty
Pay the penalty in full within 28 days
You can pay the penalty by:
- credit/debit card online – https://penaltynotice.direct.gov.uk
- phone – 24 Hour Payment Line: 0300 1231 481
- post – send a cheque or postal order to
Regional Fixed Penalty Office
SE & SW Regional FPO
PO Box 5992
Southend On Sea
If it is an endorsable offence, you must send your licence to the Regional Fixed Penalty Office.
If you are unable to surrender your driving licence, you must explain why you cannot produce it by contacting the:
Write to the Central Ticket Office
Request a court hearing if you disagree with the issuing of the notice by writing to:
Central Ticket Office
PO Box 213
You must enclose part 3 of the notice, properly completed and signed.
For more information email the Central Ticket Office at email@example.com.
If you have lost your ticket you can request your fixed penalty notice number by:
- calling the Fixed Penalty Office – 01702 283860
- emailing the Central Ticket Office – firstname.lastname@example.org
You will need to have:
- your vehicle registration number
- date and time of the alleged offence
- location of the alleged offence