Driving While Under Suspension
Having too many demerit points on your driving record
When a fully
Being convicted of a ticket that carries a licence suspension
There are many types of tickets that not only have a fine amount and demerit points, but carry a
If you are convicted of a traffic ticket and do not pay the full fine in a specific amount of time, your
Failure to respond to a ticket
If you receive a ticket and do not choose one of the options on the back (pleading guilty, pleading guilty with an explanation, or trial/not guilty) within the
If you have not responded to a ticket or your conviction letter for a trial that has been lost in the mail, you could be driving with your licence suspended without even knowing it! For most people, if they are aware that their licence has been suspended, they would take care of it right away, but if you are unaware you could receive a Driving While Under Suspension ticket without even deserving it!
There are no demerit points attached to a Driving While Under Suspension offence, but a minimum fine of $1,000.00 and maximum fine of $5,000.00 with a mandatory 6 month licence suspension and possible jail sentence of up to 6 months to go along with the conviction, for first time offenders. Second time offenders face a maximum of $10,000.00 fine along with the licence suspension and possible jail time.
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