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Taipei City Parking Management and Development Office

How should I make a payment if I receive a SMS message on my cell phone from the PMO about an unpaid parking ticket or informed by the interactive voice response system? Is there a payment due date?

Answer:

1.If you still have your parking ticket with you:

1.1If it is before the payment due date (from the second day you receive the ticket to the eighth day. If the eighth day is on a weekend or national holiday, it is extended to the first business day after the eighth day), please have your ticket with you and pay at the four major convenient store chains (7-ELEVEN, Hi-Life, Taiwan FamilyMart, or OK Mart), financial institutions (Mega International Commercial Bank, Ta Chong Bank, Keelung First Credit Cooperative and other cooperatives) or collection points such as CPC gas stations in Taipei City or New Taipei City.
1.2If it is after the due day but within the seven-day grace period, please have your ticket with you and pay at the collection points listed in 1.1.
1.3Collection services are also available at all PMA authorized off street parking lots such as public 3D and underground parking lots, service centers (1F, No. 300, Songde Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City), or Traffic Adjudication Office, Taipei City Government (7F, Shuiyuan building; address: No. 92, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City). Their addresses can be searched on the PMA website:http://www.pma.gov.taipei (Chinese)

2.If you do not have your parking ticket:

2.1Search and print your parking ticket on a multimedia kiosk in the four major convenient store chains (7-ELEVEN, Hi-Life, Taiwan FamilyMart, or OK Mart) and pay directly at their counter in the payment period. (From the third day after you receive a parking ticket until the end of the grace period, or seven days after the due date.) Additionally, payment reminder notices such as parking ticket payment reminders or parking ticket payment collection notices can also be searched or printed on the multimedia kiosk and paid at the counter of a convenient store. (Please note that the multimedia kiosk is only available to print or search unpaid tickets before their due date.)
2.2Search for your ticket at the search page on the PMA website (Taipei City Parking Management and Development Office, http://www.pma.gov.taipei (Chinese)), print the ticket using a laser printer (ticket search or print are only limited to unpaid tickets before the payment due date) and pay with the ticket at convenient store chains (7-ELEVEN, Hi-Life, Taiwan FamilyMart, or OK Mart) or collection points such as CPC gas stations in Taipei City or New Taipei City.
2.3Collection services are also available at all PMA authorized off street parking lots such as public 3D and underground parking lots, service centers (1F, No. 300, Songde Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City), or Traffic Adjudication Office, Taipei City Government (7F, Shuiyuan building; address: No. 92, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City). Their addresses can be searched on the PMA website:http://www.pma.gov.taipei(Chinese)

3.For those who fail to complete their payments before the end of the grace period, starting the 8th day past due, the PMA will mail a parking ticket payment reminder (registered mail with A.R.) and charge a handling fee of NTD50. For those who fail to complete their payments before the due date specified on the payment reminder, a NTD300 penalty will be inflicted according #2, Article 56, Act Governing the Punishment of Violation of Road traffic Regulations to collect the ticket payment.

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  • Updated: 2015/9/8 16:02
  • Reviewed: 2016/11/11 10:36

  • Source: Taipei City Parking Management and Development Office