Can the clerk's office advise me of points assessed against my license?

No, deputy clerks cannot advise you of the number of points assessed against your driver history record or how points will affect your insurance. The Clerk’s office can provide a full history for a nominal fee averaging $16.25 for the first page and one dollar for each additional page for a lifetime history. Otherwise, you must address your questions to the Bureau of Driver Licenses and/or your insurance agent.

For information on the election requirements and costs involved, contact the nearest traffic department of the Clerk’s office. For information on the basic driver improvement course locations, hours, and costs, please contact an approved school. A listing of names, addresses, and phone numbers of approved schools are available in your local telephone directory under "driving instructions."

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1. What is a criminal traffic or misdemeanor charge?
2. What is a civil traffic infraction?
3. How soon after issuance must I pay the ticket?
4. What if I receive a letter from the State of Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (Florida DHSMV) informing me that my license will be suspended?
5. Can I get an extension for my payment due date?
6. Can I get an extension for my court date?
7. What happens if the ticket is not paid?
8. How do I enter a not guilty plea to a civil traffic infraction?
9. Who will be present at the non-jury hearing?
10. What must I do if the court finds me guilty?
11. Can the clerk's office advise me of points assessed against my license?