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If you have a very old ticket in New York, first go to the closest(or any) Department of Motor Vehicle Office and request a driver's license check. You will need to have a form of ID to verify your identity. If the ticket was never paid, it's likely your license has been suspended. If so, the suspension will indicte what court in New York the suspension came from. Once you determine the court, go on-line and type in the location, and information regarding contact numbers to the court clerk will be provided. You can also call the State Police and obtain info for the court. Then contact the court and make arrangements to pay the fine. Also, many courts issue traffic warrants for people that fail to appear. It's not a big deal, unless you get stopped with a suspended license with an outstanding warrant, which interupts your travel plus adds another violation of operatiing on a suspended license. I wouldn't drive to the local PD or State Police barracks until you know you're not suspended.

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Q: If you got a speeding ticket in New York state 10 years ago that was never paid how do you fix this now?
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