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Posted on: May 3, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Pay Recoder's Court traffic citations online

Traffic citations can be conveniently paid online 24/7 at www.savannahga.gov/paycitations. Save yourself a trip to the Courthouse by using this secure web payment system.

Prepayments must be made prior to midnight before your scheduled Court date.

Please note: you will NOT be able to pay for any of the following citations online:
--Citations past scheduled court date--Citations already disposed/decided in court
--Citations part of a case that includes a criminal offense--Citations with fines that must be determined at court
--Citations issued to juveniles--Citations with any of the following charges:
-Alcohol or drug related, DUI -False ID or license, fraudulently obtaining a driver's license
-Racing -Reckless driving, aggressive driving
-Fleeing or eluding police officers -Passing on hill/curve
-No insurance -Driving on a suspended/revoked license
-Failure to report an accident -Hit & run, leaving scene of accident
-Homicide or serious injury by vehicle or by interfering with signal -Any felony in which a vehicle is used

If you have any questions, please call Recorder's Court at 912-652-7425.

www.savannahga.gov/paycitations
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