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Unless you haven't paid the fine and now have a warrant outstanding I wouldn't worry about it. Traffic offenses are only a concern if you have committed something serious like a vehicular manslaughter or if you basically ignored the summons or mandatory court appearance and now have a warrant issued for your arrest. CBP discusses the subject of crimes but ...
The US ESTA website says explicitly: citizens of Canada who are traveling with a Canadian passport do not need an ESTA. (emphasis mine) I would deduce that without a Canadian passport you will need to go through ESTA. I'm also a dual British/Canadian citizen, resident in Canada, and I found it well worthwhile to get a Canadian passport precisely to ...
There is no difference for Canadian citizen in processing of ESTA since Canadian citizens don't require ESTA for the Visa Waiver Program. All they have to do at the border if arriving by air is to present a passport valid through the day of departure. So your application for ESTA as a British Citizen will be considered as British Citizen.
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