Apparently, in April of 2014 Puerto Rico banned the use of cell phones while driving. While on my way to the airport to go back to the U.S., I got stuck in a traffic jam and used my phone. At the time, my car was moving intermittently at about 5 mph. The policeman directing the traffic around the jam saw me and gave me a $50 "usando celular transitando auto"-ticket. He said that the ticket had to be paid in person at a police station. I explained that I was leaving the country in about an hour and would like to mail the payment, or pay online. He told me that that was impossible, but that I don't really need to pay. A complicating factor was that the entire interchange was in Spanish, which I do not understand very well, and speak even less. Still, I did not believe the policeman's assurances and want to pay the ticket, but all my research on the internet about how to do so has been fruitless.
So, without dwelling any further on the weirdness of the system, my question is how can I pay my ticket from the U.S.? Thanks.Edited: 22 August 2014, 03:57