Saturday, April 8, 2017


🚨An unknown number of Ontario residents who are finding their lives in turmoil after having their driver’s licences arbitrarily suspended for offences as minor as the non-payment of a single parking ticket or for going faster than a posted speed limit.
An offender has 15 days to either pay up or dispute any ticket. If it’s neither, the Provincial Offences Court where the ticket is can then order a licence suspension.
In cases where more than three years had passed, many of these people had to go through the province’s graduated licencing program, which is designed for brand new drivers (although waiting periods such as a year between acquiring a G1 licence and a G2 were generally waived — but not always).

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