Whether you are facing a difficult situation like being charged with a severe traffic offence, or annoying issues such as a small claims matter like a landlord-tenant dispute, one of the first things you should do is hire legal representation. A paralegal with experience in the area of the law you are trying to fight … Read More
There are thousands of traffic tickets issued every year across Ontario for speeding. Many people don’t attempt to fight them in court. Part of the reason is unawareness about legal rights, and for others because it can seem like a daunting, time-consuming task without full assurance of success. The ticket holder accepts it with no … Read More
It’s everyone’s favourite time of the year: winter! Along with winter comes snowflakes and kittens and warm woolen mittens. But also slippery and icy roads, lessened visibility, scraping your car in the cold, dark mornings and waiting for the heat to kick in. And of course, snow tires. Snow tires seem a pretty simple thing, … Read More
Just like in our last Tricked Out posts, we’ll cover another aspect of vehicle modifications. This time, it’s tinted windows. To start, in Ontario, the Highway Traffic Act states: 73(3) No person shall drive on a highway a motor vehicle on which the surface of the windshield or of any window to the direct left … Read More
Part Two Excessive Noise and Smoke: the traffic ticket you could get Buying parts for, and upgrading your vehicle can give you the look and sound you desire from your vehicle, but it is important to make sure these modifications comply with the law, or you can find yourself with a traffic ticket. Our last Tricked … Read More
When it comes to tricking out your car or motorcycle, there are some things you should keep in mind about the law. This post is the first in a series that will teach you how some vehicle modifications may land you in traffic court.