Fight Speeding Ticket Ontario - Bulwark Legal
Whether you have a speeding ticket of 5 km/h over or 35 km/h over the speed limit, your auto insurance premiums will likely increase at renewal. Speeding tickets do not carry demerit points until you are travelling 16 km/h or more over the posted speed limit. You should always have your speeding tickets looked at by one of the
What is the charge?
The Highway Traffic Act defines Speeding as:
128. (1) No person shall drive a motor vehicle at a rate of speed greater than,
Fines and Penalties:
The penalties for Speeding are as follows:
0 – 15 km/h over = 0 points
16 – 29km/h over = 3 points
30 – 49 km/h over = 4 points
50+ km/h over = 6 points
The fines for speeding tickets are calculated based on the km/h over the posted limit.
1-19 km/h – the amount over x $2.50= the fine.
20-29 km/h – the amount over x $3.75 = the fine
30-49 km/h – the amount over x $6.00 = the fine
50 km/h+ (speeding) the amount over x $9.75 x$1
For speeding 50 km/h over the limit you could also face a 30-day suspension of your driver’s license.
Remember, demerit points do not matter to insurance companies, convictions do! Insurance companies may forgive your first infraction, but whether you have a speeding ticket of 5 km/h over or 35 km/h over, your premiums will likely increase.
court experience work in your favour.
Our former police officers and prosecutors will take your case and assist in making sure that your driving privileges are preserved in a way that is positive and affordable. If you are stuck, frustrated, and fed up fighting your ticket, let us help you. Call us, email us, or visit us at our office at 62 Carden St in Guelph for a free initial consultation. We proudly serving, Kitchener-Waterloo, Brampton, Cambridge, Burlington, and the surrounding areas