I didn’t know that my drivers licence was suspended!
At TTAS - TRAFFIC TICKET ADVISORY SERVICES, we can assist you in this matter.
A Driver′s licence can be suspended in Ontario for many reasons, among them:
- it can be suspended due to an accumulation of demerit points;
- it can be suspended due to unpaid traffic tickets;
- it can be suspended for medical reasons;
- or it can even be suspended due to unpaid child support.
Consequences of Driving While Under Suspension
Driving Under Suspension is one of the most serious charges you can receive under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act. A conviction of this offence carries a mandatory 6 month licence suspension and a fine of $1000.00 to $5000.00 for a first offence and from $2000.00 to $5000.00 for a subsequent offence.
Driving Under Suspension is also one of the most common charges under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act that can result in a custodial sentence. Driving Suspension is a serious charge that should always be defended.
Also, a conviction for Driving While Under Suspension has a serious impact on your cost for insurance.