20Years’ Experience in Traffic Tickets

Helping Canadians solve their traffic ticket problems for 20 Years

Any driver who committed offences under the Highway Traffic Act (or any municipal by-laws, provincial or federal statutes, or regulations on road safety) face the consequence of having demerit points entered on their records. Attaining a maximum amount of demerit points can result in suspension of driver’s license for a month (full license) or two months (novice license) for first demerit point violation, and a six month suspension if committed a second time.

Offences that result to demerit points are as follows:

  • Fail to remain at the scene of an accident
  • Stunt driving (exceeding speed limit by 50 km/h or more)
  • Careless driving
  • Failure to stop for school bus
  • Speeding – 16 – 29 km/h
  • Speeding – 30 – 49 km/h
  • Seatbelt offences
  • Failure to obey a stop sign, traffic control signal, or railway crossing signal
  • Improper use of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane
  • Hand-held communication/entertainment device (first conviction)
  • Hand-held communication/entertainment device (second or subsequent conviction)