Other Traffic Tickets

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Demerit points are entered on the driving record of those who commit certain offences under the Highway Traffic Act.

Novice drivers (G1/G2/M1/M2 class license) can accrue up to 9 demerit points, while fully G class licenced drivers may accumulate up to 15 demerit points. Once you reach 15 demerit points, as a fully licenced driver, or 9 demerit points, as a novice driver, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation will suspend your driver’s licence for 30 days (full licence) or 60 days (novice licence) for a first demerit point violation. A second demerit point suspension will result in a six-month suspension.

Offence Description Demerit Points
Fail to Remain at the Scene of an Accident 7 Points
Stunt Driving – Exceeding Speed Limit by 50 km/h or More 6 Points
Careless Driving 6 Points
Fail to Stop for School Bus 6 Points
Speeding – 16 – 29 km/h 3 Points
Speeding – 30 – 49 km/h 4 Points
Seatbelt Offences 2 Points
Fail to Obey a Stop Sign, Traffic Control Signal or Railway Crossing Signal 3 Points
Improper Use of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane 3 Points
Hand-held communication/entertainment device (first conviction) 3 Points
Hand-held communication/entertainment device (second or subsequent conviction) 6 Points
Car being pulled over by a police car