Parking ticket debt and denial of license plate sticker renewal

Parking ticket debt is easily accumulated and forgotten about but when the time comes for renewing your Ontario license plate, it is unavoidable not to deal with it. We can reduce your parking ticket fines up to 55% and also work with the court to arrange a payment plan for up to a year. Don’t let your Ontario license plate renewal sticker be denied because of unpaid parking tickets, call TicketSave today for a free consultation, he can help.

 

Parking Tickets Debt & Denial of License Plate Sticker Renewal – Ontario

The reality is, anyone living or working in the city of Toronto or the GTA has probably gotten their fair share of parking tickets. Parking tickets debt is easily accumulated and forgotten about but when the time comes for renewing your Ontario license plate, it is unavoidable not to deal with it.

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Your Ontario license plate renewal (sticker) will be denied if you have unpaid parking tickets.

That’s where TicketSave comes in. We are one of the few Licensed Paralegal firms in Toronto that is dedicated to parking ticket debt and license plate suspensions. We will review each and every one of your parking tickets and put a plan in place to reduce your fines up to 55% and also work with the court to arrange a payment plan for up to a year. You can get your license plate renewed within a week and you DON’T have to wait for your payment plan to be completed to receive your new sticker.

 

Understanding the Process

A  set fine is imposed after the conviction of a parking ticket infraction.  When a conviction is registered against your plate, a court fee is added in addition to the set fine.  If the fine is not paid, in addition to the applicable court fees, the debt promptly goes into default for non-payment.

If the total fines from each parking ticket (including the additional court charges) are not paid in full, the City of Toronto notifies the Ministry of Transportation to suspend your License Plate privileges. For each defaulted fine notice received from the City, the Ministry of Transportation adds a service fee of $20.

For Example:
The original $30 parking ticket is now a total of $66.
$30 set fine
+ $16 City of Toronto surcharge
+ $20 Ministry of Transportation fee.
= $66

A Plate denial (Plate suspension) means:

  1. You can not register a vehicle, purchase a License Plate(s), renew a License Plate(s) or purchase your mandatory plate validation stickers.
  2. A dealership for a leased vehicle can not , on your behalf, register a vehicle, purchase a License Plate(s), re-new your License Plate(s) or purchase your mandatory plate validation stickers. Your License Plate privileges are suspended indefinitely or until the defaulted debt is collected and/or dealt with judicially.

Our mission is to save our clients the most money possible; our experience in parking ticket Appeals, Re-openings and Fine Extensions could save you up to 55%.

For Example: If you owe $1000 in parking tickets fines your savings could be $550.


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