Driving Under Suspension

Your driver’s license can be suspended for several reason which can include, unpaid fines, medical suspension, demerit points and/or alcohol related suspensions.

PENALTIES FOR DRIVING WHILE UNDER SUSPENSION

The penalties upon first conviction for driving while under suspension are:

  • A fine, ranging from $1,000 to $5,000
  • A mandatory six-month suspension of your driver’s licence
  • A possible term of imprisonment of not more than 6 months

or upon second conviction the penalties are:

  • A fine, ranging from $2,000 to $5,000
  • A mandatory six-month suspension of your driver’s licence
  • A possible term of imprisonment of no more than 6 months

If someone is operating a vehicle while their licence is suspended, and they get into an accident, their auto insurance policy is less likely to cover ANY damages to the vehicles involved. Other consequences include:

  • Not being eligible to receive benefits such as income replacement coverage
  • Becoming personally liable for damages and injuries suffered by the other party involved in any such accident

THE FIX-A-TICKET TEAM CAN HELP

Let the FIX-A-TICKET team help eliminate or reduce your charge(s) and protect your driver’s license against increased insurance premiums. Six months suspension of a driver’s license can be detrimental, so let the experts at FIX-A-TICKET give you the representation you deserve.

Suspended license form