Effective November 17, 2014: If you owe Victim Restitution, any payments made may be redirected to pay Victim Restitution before any other debt. Please contact your account representative or call 408-282-3200 if you have further questions.
Pay online using Visa, American Express, Discover, MasterCard or eCheck (Electronic Funds Transfer) from your checking or savings account. If you have any questions, please call (408) 282-3200 to speak with a member of the DOR staff.
IMPORTANT: Accounts paid in full by debit card or eCheck will incur a 15 day hold period before notification of your account being paid in full is provided to the Court which in turn will authorize DMV to release a driver's license hold.
It is the cardholder’s responsibility to know whether they are paying using a credit card or debit card.
Payments by debit cards or eCheck will not be cancelled by DOR to permit re-payment by credit card.
Payment Tips - Credit Card Payments
Billing Information - refers to address, name and information of the credit card holder.
DOR Account Information - refers to person with account at DOR.
Payment Tips - eCheck Payments
eCheck - Be sure to enter your BANK account number and BANK Routing number (see figure below). Information must be from an actual check and not a deposit slip.
Accounts pursued under Court ordered civil assessment generally include a DMV hold placed on your driver's license. The hold will be removed upon notification by DOR to the Superior Court when the account has been paid in full. However, payment made by debit card, check or eCheck (checking/saving accounts) whether in our office, through the mail, via the Internet or phone will delay the paid in full notification to the Court for at least 15 days.