To pay a parking ticket in the United States, you typically have two options: online or in person.

To pay online, you will need to visit the website of the city or county where you received the ticket. Most cities and counties have an online payment portal where you can enter the citation number and pay the fine with a credit or debit card.

To pay in person, you can visit the city or county clerk's office and pay the fine with cash, check, or credit/debit card. You may also be able to pay at a local police station or court.

The amount of the fine for a parking ticket varies depending on the location and the type of violation. In general, parking fines can range from $25 to $250 for a first offense, with higher fines for subsequent offenses or more serious violations. Some cities also offer reduced fines for early payment.

In addition to paying the fine, it is important to carefully read the instructions on the ticket and follow any instructions for contesting the ticket or appealing the fine. Failing to pay the fine or contest the ticket can result in additional penalties, such as the suspension of your driver's license or the immobilization of your vehicle.

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