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Highway Traffic Charges

How Our Process Works

1.  Receive A Ticket - You are given a traffic ticket/summons by a police officer.

2.  Consultation - We will review your ticket/summons and give you the information you need to take the right course of action to protect your driver’s licence and insurance rates.

3.  Fight Your Ticket In Court - When you decide to fight your charge with the help of us, we guide you through the process and do everything possible to give you a successful outcome.  You leave everything to us. Most of the time, with us on your side, you won’t even have to go to court!

4.  Get Results - We offer you the best chance to avoid fines, demerit points, hefty insurance premiums and/or a licence suspension.

Highway Traffic Charges

Careless Driving - Carelessly operating a motor vehicle on a highway, street.

Distracted Driving - Holding or using a hand-held device while driving; texting while driving.

Driving While Under Suspension - Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended licence.

Fail To Move For Emergency Vehicle - Failing to slow down and move over for an emergency vehicle when required to do so.

Fail To Report - Failing to report an accident as required by law.

Fail to Stop for Red Light / Fail to Stop for Amber Light - Failing to properly stop at a traffic light.

Fail To Stop For School Bus - Not safely stopping for school bus when lights are flashing.

Fail To Stop/Yield - Failing to stop or yield for a stop sign.

Fail To Remain - Failing to remain at the scene of an accident.

Improper Driving Violation - Includes Turn Not in Safety, Improper Turns, Improper Passing and Fail to Share Roadway.

MTO Charges - Commercial Motor Vehicle charges, trucking charges and CVOR points.

No Insurance - Driving without insurance or allowing someone to drive your vehicle with no insurance.

No Licence - Driving without a valid driver’s licence.

Novice and Young Driver Offences - G1, G2 and Drivers Under Age 22.

Seatbelt Violations - Drivers and passengers failure to properly wear seatbelts.

Speeding - Exceeding the speed limit.

Stunt Driving - Performing stunts, driving too fast, racing.

Court Procedures

Appeals/Re-openings - Your conviction can be appealed or your case can be re-opened.

Early Resolution - Understand this court procedure to determine if it’s right for you.

Filing A Ticket - We take your ticket to court for you.

First Appearance - You or your representative must attend court.

Summons - You or your representative must attend court if you are served a summons.

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