Fight Ontario Traffic Tickets and Demerit Points
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Not only can getting a ticket damage your otherwise good driving record, it could haunt you financially for years. If you've been charged with a speeding ticket or a traffic ticket, you need to weigh your options... do you take your chances in court alone or do you enlist the help of X-Copper's experienced staff of former Police Officers and licenced Paralegals to fight for your rights? With over 100,000 satisfied clients, we are the most experienced legal services provider in Canada.
Why Choose X-Copper?
With auto insurance rates being what they are in Canada, can you really afford not to fight every ticket?
- Drivers convicted of certain driving-related offences can have Demerit Points recorded on their driving record. We can help you keep these points off your record.
- At X-Copper we understand the importance of having a clean driving record. One of the biggest mistakes a motorist can make is to pay the fine(s) and effectively plead guilty before consulting one of X-Copper's legal professionals. Our representatives have helped thousands maintain their good driving record. You can rely on our experience to help you get the best possible outcome from your Traffic Ticket(s). Contact us today for your Free Consultation.
- We have an expert understanding of the laws in Canada, the traffic court procedures and the methods of law enforcement. Increase your chances of successfully dealing with your traffic ticket by contacting us for a Free Consultation.
Demerit points are entered on the record of drivers who commit certain offences under the Highway Traffic Act. They can also be applied under some municipal by-laws, provincial or federal statutes, or regulations relating to road safety. Demerit Points remain on your driving record for two years from the date the traffic ticket is received. You could potentially lose your driver's licence for accumulating too many points.
Novice drivers in Ontario can accrue up to 8 demerit points, while fully licenced drivers may accumulate up to 14 demerit points. Once you reach 15 demerit points, as a fully licensed driver, or 9 demerit points, as a novice driver, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation will suspend your driver's licence for 30 days (full licence) or 60 days (novice licence) for the first demerit point violation. A 2nd demerit point suspension will result in a 6 month suspension.
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Ministry of the Attorney General
Ministry of Transportation
Driver and Vehicle Licensing
Commercial Vehicle Operator's Registration (CVOR)
Carrier Safety and Enforcement Branch
1-800-387-7736 (Ontario Only)