We Fight Your Speeding Tickets & Demerit Points

 

You may want to rethink that speeding ticket you stuffed in your car glove compartment. Especially if you’re thinking you’ll pay it because the ticket is 15 km or under and carries no demerit points.

The unintended consequence if you pay your speeding ticket is your driving insurance rates may go up.

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When you pay a speeding ticket it is an admission of guilt with an automatic conviction. There is no chance to present your case.

Paying your ticket on time will not help you. All convictions, even those speeding tickets 15km or under, will go against your Motor Vehicle Report Driving Record.

Convictions on your driving record may cause your insurance rates to go up or worse cause you to be un-insurable.

Speeding tickets over 15km will have demerit points. Demerit points will lead to driving licence restrictions, or suspensions and possible insurance rate increases. Accumulating demerit points will lead to costly penalties because almost all demerit points come from convictions and a conviction against your Motor Vehicle Report Driving Record may cause your driving insurance rate to rise.

TicketSave Paralegals are highly skilled and fully dedicated to protecting you and your insurance premiums from rising. TicketSave will fight to defend your good driving record knowing that all convictions, even minor convictions like not having your driving licence or ownership with you, may cost you more money and may impact your insurance rates for an extended period of time.

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Convictions and the Ontario Demerit Point System

Drivers do not “lose” demerit points. It’s the opposite they are “given” demerit points when convicted.

SPEEDING TICKETS DEMERIT POINTS FOR Class G, G1,G2 Licenced Holders 

New Ontario Drivers Licence holders begin with zero (0) demerit points and are allowed to accumulate up to eight (8) demerit points.

Below are examples of demerit points for speeding convictions, their penalties and fines. Demerit points stay on your record for two years from the date of the offence.

  • Zero Demerit points for speeding 1 –15 km over the limit. It includes a set fine of $2.50/km together with a victim surcharge of $10.00 and five dollar court cost to a total between $17.50 – $ 52.50 not including the insurance rate increase.
  • 3 Demerit points for speeding 16 – 29 km over the limit. It includes a set fine of $2.50 – $3.75/km together with a victim surcharges of $10.00 to $25.00 and five dollar court cost to a total between $ 55.00 – $138.75 not including insurance rate increase.
  • 4 Demerit points for speeding 30 – 49 km over the limit. It includes a set fine of $6.00/km together with a victim surcharge of $35.00 –  $60.00 and a five dollar court cost to a total between $220.00 – $359.00, not including insurance rate increase.
  • 6 Demerit points for speeding 50 km and over the limit. This results in a Stunt Driving summons, vehicle is automatically impounded for seven days, with an automatic drivers licence suspension for 7 days. Upon conviction you are subject to a fine of $2,000.00 – $10,00.00 and possible jail for up to six months. There will be a licence suspension for up to 2 years for the first conviction and up to ten years for a second conviction.

If you are facing a major criminal traffic ticket like driving over 50 km contact TicketSave paralegals right away. Insurance companies will not renew policies or existing rates if a driving record includes major criminal Ontario traffic ticket convictions. Major offences carry huge surcharges and force you into high-risk insurance rates. The costs can be extreme!

Accumulation of Demerit Points & Consequences for G Licence Holders

  • 9  Demerit points result in a mandatory interview with the Ministry of Transportation to discuss a thirty (30) day driving licence suspension with possible insurance rate increase. If the driver does not attend the interview the licence will be suspended indefinitely.
  • 15  Demerit points result in a thirty (30) day driving licence suspension with possible insurance rate increase.
  • 16  Demerit points or more results in six (6) months or (180) days driving licence suspension with  possible insurance rate increase.

Accumulation of Demerit Points & Consequences for G1 & G2 novice drivers probationary licence holders

  • Demerit points results in a thirty (30) day driving licence suspension with a possible insurance rate increase.
  • 5 Demerit points or more results in a ninety (90) day driving licence suspension with a possible insurance rate increase.
  • 9 Demerit points results in a driving licence suspension for an indefinite period of time.

A Novice Driver should not pay a traffic ticket before seeking timely advice from an expert. If the ticket has been paid and, the driver has received a suspension notice, contact us. TicketSave paralegal experts will skillfully file an appeal to get the Ontario Driving Licence back. Contact them right away at anytime for a FREE consultation: 416.835. 7411

TicketSave paralegals have over 18 years experience in fighting major and minor speeding tickets. Value your good driving record and save your money with expert representation with your Ontario speeding ticket.