Posted December 06, 2018 08:00:06 Traffic ticket cameras have become commonplace in cities across Australia.

You could use them to check whether you’re parked on a footpath, and if so, what you’re doing there.

But how many times have you been stuck behind the wheel with no clue as to whether you are facing a ticket?

There are a lot of options on how to avoid a ticket, and here are a few tips for how to deal with a traffic ticket.

The most common type of traffic ticket A traffic ticket is usually issued for a non-serious offence such as speeding, drink driving, failing to wear a seatbelt, or driving without a valid driver’s licence.

If the offence is not of this type, it’s usually for a minor infraction.

You’ll need to provide a court document showing why you were stopped and what the reason for the stop was.

How do I pay the ticket?

The most common way of paying a traffic offence ticket is to show the driver’s face and name.

You can usually find this information on the ticket or on the driver who issued it.

If you don’t know what the offence involves, you can show a copy of the ticket and explain the offence in detail. If you don