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Why Fight That Speeding Ticket?
SPEEDING TICKETS – 3 to 5 YEARS LATER
If you pay that ticket, your insurance rates will likely increase dramatically. Furthermore, you will have admitted guilt to the alleged offences without exploring the available defenses to your traffic ticket or the possible consequences of the conviction. We suggest that you speak with your insurance broker regarding the consequence of a conviction, and how it will affect your insurance rates for the next 3 to 5 years. Traffic tickets remain on your driving records for at least 3 years, so it’s important you get the best legal defense. Most careers that involve driving require an unblemished abstract. You need to fight that ticket! A speeding ticket charge of 50+ km over the speed limit can result in you also being charged for Stunt Driving. Stunt Driving charges result in six demerit points and the suspension of your driver’s licence. Let our expert defense team fight to get your charge reduced.
Get Your Speeding Ticket Reduced or Dropped in Ontario
Our team of paralegals and former police officers know the laws better than anyone else. We fight for you to get your charges reduced or dismissed. Traffic citations for exceeding the speed limit by 16 km or more result in demerit points. Getting your charges reduced and demerit points reduced or removed is our first priority. At Street Justice Paralegal we have a high success rate, competitive pricing and there is no extra charge to go to trial. We don’t want to lose any case, and we treat each one with the utmost care.
Speeding Fines in Ontario
Set Fines: The set fine is the out of court settlement which can be found on the speeding ticket. Not all speeding offences have set fines.
General Speeding Fines
Speeding In a Community Safety Zone
Speeding In a Construction Zone
|Offence Type||Demerit Points|
|Less than 15 km/h over||No Demerit Points|
|16-29 km/h over||3 Demerit Points|
|30-49 km/h over||4 Demerit Points|
|50+ km/h over||6 Demerit Points|
|Racing and Stunt Driving||6 Demerit Points|
Demerit Points for Speeding
Drivers in Ontario convicted of speeding charges in Ontario of 16+ km/h over the speed limit will be given demerit points. Demerit points will stay on your driving record for 2 years.
Possible Increase in Insurance Premiums
Speeding ticket convictions can lead to a licence suspension due to accumulating demerit points. Convictions for speeding can result in an increase in your insurance premium. Street Justice suggests you contact your insurance broker to determine how much your insurance can increase with speeding convictions. Insurance companies care about the number of convictions, so paying that minor ticket for 15 km/h over the limit and then getting a ticket for failing to surrender your insurance card. May cause your insurance premium to skyrocket out of control.
Accumulation of demerit points can result in the suspension of your driver’s licence.
G1, G2, M1 or M2
New Drivers G1, G2, M1 or M2
Fully Licenced Drivers G or M
Demerit Points for Escalating Sanctions
Drivers convicted of any traffic charge that have 4 or more demerit points will receive automatic licence suspensions.
G1, G2, M1 or M2
Novice Drivers G1, G2, M1 or M2
Hybrid Drivers Example G/M2
Novice Drivers If Obtained a Full Licence Before Conviction
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