Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.


Department of Motor Vehicles

DC Agency Top Menu

-DC DMV will no longer prevent DC residents from applying for a new or renewed driver’s license because of failing to meet the requirements of the Clean Hands Law.

-A +A
Bookmark and Share

Mayor Urges Public to Pay Outstanding Tickets Today

Wednesday, January 11, 2012
D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles’ Ticket-Amnesty Program Ends January 27

(Washington, DC) The Mayor pointed out today that there are only two weeks left to take advantage of the D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles’ (DMV) ticket-amnesty program, which allows customers to pay older, outstanding tickets without extra penalties. The amnesty period ends on January 27, 2012.

All open parking tickets, moving violations and photo-enforcement tickets issued before January 1, 2010, qualify under the program.

"Time is running out for citizens to pay off many of their old tickets," said the Mayor. "An opportunity like this doesn’t happen often, so we encourage customers to take the time and satisfy their old ticket debts to the District at a lower cost."

Customers can pay their tickets online at, over the phone (866-893-5023) or in person at DMV Adjudication Services, located at 301 C Street NW, Monday through Friday from 8:15 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
To date, the District has collected $3,094,494 in total revenue through the ticket-amnesty program. Most of the revenue has come from drivers in Maryland, who have paid $1,504,599 during the amnesty period.

As a reminder, under the amnesty program:

  • Hearings cannot be requested on amnesty tickets.
  • Amnesty tickets may be eligible for repayment under a ticket-payment plan available to D.C. residents.
  • No points will be assessed on tickets paid for moving violations

The last time the District offered a ticket-amnesty program was in 2001. For more information about the program, visit or send an e-mail to [email protected].