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COMMON TYPES OF CHARGES
Driving while suspended
DRIVING WHILE UNDER SUSPENSION
Section 53(1) of the Highway Traffic Act (HTA)
A ticket for driving while suspended:
Driving a motor vehicle in Ontario is considered a privilege, not a right. The government, court and/or the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario can suspend your driver’s licence for:
- Accumulating too many demerit points on any violation of a G1 or G2 driver’s licence (15 demerit points)
- Failing to pay set fines
- Speeding more than 50km/h
- Driving while under suspension s
- Stunt driving
- A breathalyzer reading over .50mgs
- A judge’s court order to suspend your licence for failure to pay ordered fines
- Family support payments
- Medical suspension
- Civil judgement under the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act
- A conviction for a criminal driving offence
A driver’s licence suspension means that the driver is not allowed to drive for any reason in the Province of Ontario.
Penalties for Driving Under Suspension
- Minimum one thousand ($1000.00) dollar fine.
- Minimum five thousand ($5000.00) dollar fine for cases involving alcohol.
- Mandatory six (6) month further licence suspension for a first offence.
- Possible six (6) months in jail.
- Vehicle seizure for seven (7) days.
- Dramatic increases in your insurance rates