Stunt Driving

STUNT DRIVING EXPERTS

‘Stunt Driving’ In Ontario is defined as speeding 50 Km/h or more over the posted speed limit on a zone 80 Km/h or more and 40 Km/h or more over the posted speed limit on a zone less than 80 Km/h, but one can also be charged with this offence when performing a ‘stunt’ while driving, such as “squealing” your tires or making an extremely dangerous maneuver.

Once a Police Officer issues a ‘Stunt Driving’ summons/ticket, you will immediately be issued a thirty-day roadside licence suspension and your vehicle will be impounded for fourteen days, at your own expense.

PENALTIES FOR STUNT DRIVING

Upon conviction of ‘Stunt Driving’ the penalties are:

  • 6 demerit points
  • A fine ranging from $2,000 – $10,000
  • A possible suspension of your driver’s licence for a period of no more than 2 years
  • An automatic licence suspension of 1 year if convicted
  • A possible term of imprisonment for up to 6 months
  • If convicted of ‘Stunt Driving’, your insurance will be affected for up to 3 years or more

LET FIX-A-TICKET HELP YOU FIGHT A STUNT DRIVING CHARGE

The FIX-A-TICKET team of professionals will always strive to eliminate your charges entirely. We use our expertise to give you the representation you deserve.

Driver getting a ticket