Traffic fines: George Municipality | Western Cape Government

Traffic fines: George Municipality


All traffic violations that take place in George are handled by the George Traffic Department. Violations that take place in other areas are dealt with by the relevant municipality's traffic department.

  1. Where can I find out if I have outstanding traffic fines?
  2. Where can I view my speed-camera photo?
  3. How can I pay my traffic fine?
  4. Can I pay my traffic fine electronically?

Where Can I Find Out If I Have Outstanding Traffic Fines?

You Can:

  • Visit George Traffic Services in Mission Road, Pacaltsdorp.
  • Write an email to George Traffic Services at or send post to PO Box 2, Pacaltsdorp, 6534.
  • Call George Traffic Services on 044 878 2400.

How Can I Pay My Traffic Fine?

If you are paying before the due date, you can pay your traffic fine in cash at the address mentioned on your traffic fine.

  • Payment can be made in person at the traffic department (find the address at Municipal Traffic Departments).
  • Given the levels of fraud and theft in the Post Office, it is not recommended to send cash by post.
  • No cheques or postal orders are accepted.

Please note that the George Traffic Department does not directly accept any payments on or after the court date on the traffic notice. If you have missed your court date, call the traffic department to find out how to proceed.

Can I Pay My Traffic Fine Electronically?

Yes. You can pay your George traffic fine (only at George, before the court date) via electronic transfer to:

Account number for camera fines:
Account holder: George Municipality
Bank: ABSA
Branch number: 632005
Account number: 4054 7973 18

Account number for handwritten fines:
Account holder: George Municipality
Bank: ABSA
Branch number: 632005
Account number: 0102 22209 81

Please mention your fine reference number on the transfer and fax proof of transfer to 044 878 1422.

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The content on this page was last updated on 27 January 2020