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Did you know that if you pay your Traffic Ticket, it’s an automatic admission of guilt which will show as a CONVICTION on your driving record for the NEXT 3 YEARS ???

Its a moving violation (EVEN WITHOUT POINTS) which will be assessed towards a possible Licence suspension.

Insurance companies will use your conviction (EVEN WITHOUT POINTS) as an excuse to raise your rates possibly even doubling or tripling what your rates are today !!!

 

DO NOT RECEIVE A CONVICTION -or- allow your insurance to increase:

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Speeding, H.T.A., Section 128

Points:
0km to 15km = 0 points
16km to 29km = 3 points
30km to 49km = 4 points
50km -or- more = 6 points + 30 day licence suspension

Fines:
0km/h to 19km/h
Fine = $3.00 per km x 25% surcharge tax

20km/h to 34km/h
Fine = $4.50 per km x 25% surcharge tax

35km/h to 49km/h
Fine = $7.00 per km x 25% surcharge tax

50km/h -or- more
Fine = $9.75 per km x 25% surcharge tax

7 Points:
Fail to remain at the scene of an accident, Fail to stop when directed by Police;

6 Points:
Careless Driving, Racing, Fail to stop for school bus, Stunt driving, Speeding 50km/h -or- more;

4 Points:
Speeding 30-49km/h, Following to closely;

3 Points:
Speeding 16-29km/h, Improper use of high occupancy lane, Drive with speed measuring warning device, Improper passing, Crowding driver’s seat, Driving wrong way on one-way street -or- highway, Fail to yield right of way, Fail to obey a stop sign, Fail to obey a signal light -or- railway crossing signal, Fail to obey directions of police officer, Fail to report an accident to police, Driving -or- operating a vehicle on a closed highway, Improper driving where highway divided into lanes.

2 Points:
Fail to wear complete seat belt assembly – including passenger under 16 years old, Fail to share road, Fail to signal, Fail to lower headlamp beam, Improper -or- prohibited turns, Unnecessary slow driving, Improper opening of vehicle door, Starting from a stopped position-not in safety, Backing on highway, Towing persons on sleds-Bicycles-Skis.


Penalties for Traffic Ticket Offences:

Operate motor vehicle without insurance, C.A.I.A., Section 2(1)(a)
-or-
Permit motor vehicle to be operated without insurance, C.A.I.A, Section 2(1)(b)
-or-
Produce false insurance, C.A.I.A., Section 2(3)(b)

1st Offence
Fine – $5,000 MINIMUM plus 25% surcharge tax = $6,250
Lose Licence – up to 1 year
Seize vehicle – up to 90 days + daily storage

2nd Offence
Fine – $10,000 MINIMUM plus 25% surcharge tax =$12,500
Lose Licence – up to 1 year
Seize vehicle – up to 90 days + daily storage

3rd Offence
Fine – $15,000 MINIMUM plus 25% surcharge tax =$18,750
Lose Licence – up to 1 year
Seize vehicle – up to 90 days + daily storage

4th Offence
Fine – $20,000 MINIMUM plus 25% surcharge tax = $25,000
Lose Licence – up to 1 year
Seize vehicle – up to 90 days + daily storage


Make a false statement, C.A.I.A., Section 13(2)
-or-
Possess a false -or- invalid insurance card, C.A.I.A., Section 13.1(1)(a)
-or-
Use a false -or- invalid insurance card, C.A.I.A., Section 13.1(1)(b)

1st Offence
Fine – $10,000 MINIMUM plus 25% surcharge tax = $12,500
Lose licence – up to 1 year

2nd Offence
Fine – $20,000 MINIMUM plus 25% surcharge tax = $25,000
Lose licence – up to 1 year

3rd Offence
Fine – $30,000 MINIMUM plus 25% surcharge tax = $37,500
Lose licence – up to 1 year

4th Offence
Fine – $40,000 MINIMUM plus 25% surcharge tax = $50,000
Lose licence – up to 1 year

Penalties for Traffic Ticket Offences (summons)

Use plates not authorized for vehicle, H.T.A., Section 12(1)(d)
Fine – up to $1,000 plus 25% surcharge tax = $1,250
Lose licence – up to 6 months
Jail – up to 30 days

Careless driving, H.T.A., Section 130
Fine – up to $2000 x 25% tax = $2,500
Lose Licence – up to 2 years
Jail – up to 6 months
Points – 6

Stunt driving, H.T.A., Section 172
Fine – up to $2000 x 25% tax = $2,500
Lose licence – up to 2 years
Jail – up to 6 months
Points – 6

-and-
On the day of the offence:
Seize vehicle automatically – 7 days MINIMUM + daily storage
Lose licence automatically – 7 days MINIMUM

 

Race a motor vehicle, H.T.A., Section 172(1)
Fine – up to $2000 x 25% tax = $2,500
Lose Licence – up to 2 years
Jail – up to 6 months
Points – 6

Fail to remain, H.T.A., Section 200(1)(a)
Fine – up to $2000 x 25% tax = $2,500
Lose Licence – up to 2 years
Jail – up to 6 months
Points – 7

Drive motor vehicle – no currently validated permit, H.T.A., Section 7(1)(a)
Fine – up to $500 plus 25% surcharge tax = $625

Fail to surrender permit, H.T.A., Section 7(5)(a)
Fine – up to $500 plus 25% surcharge tax = $625

Fail to apply for permit on becoming owner, H.T.A., Section 11(2)
Fine – up to $500 plus 25% surcharge tax = $625

Use validation permit not furnished for vehicle, H.T.A., Section 12(1)(e)
Fine – up to $1000 plus 25% surcharge tax = $1,250
Lose Licence – up to 6 months
Jail – up to 30 days

Fail to report an accident, H.T.A., Section 199
Fine – up to $500 x 25% tax = $625
Points – 3

Penalties for Traffic Ticket Offences: Drive while under suspension, H.T.A., Section 53(1)

1st Offence
Fine – $1,000 MINIMUM x 25% tax = $1,250
Lose licence – 6 months MINIMUM
Seize vehicle automatically – 7 days MINIMUM + daily storage
Jail – up to 30 days

2nd Offence
Fine – $2,000 MINIMUM x 25% tax = $2,500
Lose licence – 6 months MINIMUM
Seize vehicle automatically – 7 days MINIMUM + daily storage
Jail – up to 2 months

3rd Offence
Fine – $3,000 MINIMUM x 25% tax = $3,750
Lose licence – 6 months MINIMUM
Seize vehicle automatically – 7 days MINIMUM + daily storage
Jail – up to 3 months

4th Offence
Fine – $4,000 MINIMUM x 25% tax = $5,000
Lose licence – 6 months MINIMUM
Seize vehicle automatically – 7 days MINIMUM + daily storage
Jail – up to 4 months

5th Offence
Fine – $5,000 MINIMUM x 25% tax = $6,250
Lose licence – 6 months MINIMUM
Seize vehicle automatically – 7 days MINIMUM + daily storage
Jail – up to 6 months

Drive while under suspension, H.T.A., Section 53(1.1)(a)
(for conviction under criminal code of Canada)

1st Offence
Fine – $5,000 MINIMUM x 25% tax = $6,250
Lose licence – 6 months MINIMUM
Seize vehicle automatically – 7 days MINIMUM + daily storage
Jail – up to 30 days

2nd Offence
Fine – $10,000 MINIMUM x 25% tax = $12,500
Lose licence – 6 months MINIMUM
Seize vehicle automatically – 7 days MINIMUM + daily storage
Jail – up to 2 months

Rules, conditions and penalties for new driver’s licence – G1 – G2 / M1 – M2

(under H.T.A., O. Reg 340/94)

To obtain a Class G1 licence, you must:

Be at least 16 – Take a vision test – Take a driving knowledge (Written) test

How long will I be in the G1 stage?

You will be in the G1 stage for 12 months. However, if you successfully complete a ministry-approved beginner driver education course, this can be reduced to eight months. You can leave the G1 stage no earlier than age 16 years and eight months.

You must finish both the G1 stage and the G2 stage within five years.

As a G1 driver….

1) You cannot drink when you are driving – your blood alcohol must be zero.

2) You must drive with an accompanying driver, who has to be a fully licensed    driver with at least four years of experience and a blood alcohol level of less than .05, and who is the only other person in the front seat.

3) You cannot have more people in the back seat than you have working seat belts.

4) You cannot drive on 400-series highways or other high-speed expressways such as the Queen Elizabeth Way, Don Valley Parkway, Gardiner Expressway, E.C. Row Expressway and the Conestoga Parkway, unless you are with a licensed driving instructor.

5) You cannot drive between midnight and 5 a.m.

What else should I know?

If you get two demerit points, you will receive a warning letter. If you get six demerit points, you may have to go for an interview.

**If you get nine demerit points, your licence will be suspended for 60 days.

You can also get a 30-day suspension if you get a ticket for a violation of your licence use conditions.

As a G2 Driver….

1) You cannot drink when you are driving – your blood alcohol must be zero.

2) You must not have more passengers in the vehicle than the number of working seat belts.

3) Also, if you are 19 or under, the number of young passengers you can carry is limited between midnight to 5 a.m.

4) For the first six months, G2 drivers 19 or under can carry only one passenger aged 19 or under.

5) After the first six months, and until you earn a full G licence or turn 20, you can carry only three passengers aged 19 or under. These restrictions do not apply if a full G-licensed driver with at least four years’ experience accompanies you in the front seat, or if your passengers are immediate family members.

 

What else should I know?

If you get two demerit points, you will receive a warning letter. If you get six demerit points, you may have to go for an interview.

If you get nine demerit points, your licence will be suspended for 60 days.

You can also get a 30-day suspension if you get a ticket for a contravention of your licence use conditions.
To graduate to a full G licence, you must pass the Class G road test. The earliest you can do this is age 17 years and 8 months.

 

Penalties

Zero Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) for Novice and Young Drivers 21 and Under

Effective August 1, 2010, both novice drivers of any age and all drivers 21 and under, regardless of licence class, must have a blood alcohol level of zero when operating a motor vehicle.

If you are a novice driver and are caught with any amount of alcohol in your blood, you will receive an immediate 24-hour roadside driver licence suspension.

 

Escalating Sanctions for all Novice Drivers (G1, G2, M1, M2)

Effective August 1, 2010, novice or hybrid drivers will be subject to Novice Driver Escalating Sanctions. These sanctions will apply if, within a five year period, you:

1) are convicted of violating any of the graduated licensing conditions;

2) are convicted of HTA offences that result in 4 or more demerit points; or,

3) receive a court-ordered suspension for an HTA offence that would have resulted in 4 or more demerit points

 

Novice Drivers

The Novice Driver Escalating Sanctions are as follows:

1- 30-day licence suspension for the first occurrence;

2- 90-day licence suspension for the second occurrence; and

3- Novice licence cancellation for the third occurrence.

Upon a third occurrence, your novice driver’s licence will be cancelled and any time discount earned, time credited or fees paid would be forfeited.

4- You must re-apply to the graduated licensing program by passing a vision and knowledge test and paying all licensing fees. After you pass these tests, you will enter Level One and get a Class G1 licence. You must serve all the Level One and Level Two waiting periods and start as a new driver. You would need to take a beginner driver education course to qualify for a time discount.

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