Parking Ticket Payment Plan

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Parking payment plan in Oregon - OlsenDaines bankruptcy attorneysMost of us rely on our cars every day to get us wherever we need to go. Without a car, it can be challenging to carry out daily tasks – like getting to work or going to the grocery store. So, if you’ve lost your license or car because of unpaid parking tickets, it’s important to resolve the problem as quickly as possible. Thankfully, a parking ticket payment plan could help you get back on track in no time. 

What is a Parking Ticket Payment Plan?

A parking ticket payment plan is exactly what it sounds like – it allows you to pay off your parking tickets over time rather than all at once. These plans are designed to relieve some of the financial burden of parking tickets, particularly for individuals with multiple tickets or a high balance. Here are some commonly asked questions about parking ticket payment plans:

  • How do I know if I’m eligible for a payment plan? Your outstanding balance will determine whether you are eligible for a payment plan. Generally, you must have a balance of $115 or more before qualifying for a payment plan.
  • Do all of my tickets need to be enrolled in the payment plan? Payment plans typically require you to enroll all of your outstanding tickets.
  • Can I still dispute a ticket enrolled in a payment plan? By enrolling your tickets in a payment plan, you are admitting liability. For that reason, you are not able to dispute tickets that are enrolled in a plan.
  • What happens if I miss a monthly payment? Missing a monthly payment could cause your payment plan to be canceled. This may leave you responsible for additional fees in addition to the cost of the parking tickets.
  • What if my vehicle is impounded or booted? Some payment plans allow you to make a larger down payment up-front to get your car back faster. An experienced attorney can help you find these types of solutions so you don’t have to wait to get your vehicle back.

Should I Use a Payment Plan for Parking Tickets?

While a payment plan is a great way to pay down outstanding parking tickets, it may not be the best solution for everyone. If your balance is particularly high or you worry about making minimum payments, filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy could be a better fit for your situation by providing quick relief while allowing you to keep your property.

If you aren’t sure which option is best for you, don’t worry! The experienced parking ticket attorneys at OlsenDaines are ready to help you make the right decision and walk you through the process of getting back on track. We offer free, no-obligation consultations at our offices throughout Washington and Oregon. Just give us a call to get started!

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