Now, drivers automatically have trial dates scheduled, but that won't happen under the new law.
They will be able to either pay the fine, ask for a waiver hearing instead of a trial or request a court date for a trial.
Drivers will have to comply within 30 days or risk having their driver's license suspended by the Motor Vehicle Administration.
Payable traffic violations like speeding, failure to obey a traffic signal, or failure to stop for a school bus are affected by the new law. Violations like driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs or under a suspended license are not.