For some it is absolutely nerve racking to receive a traffic ticket and their first instinct is to pay off the ticket without fully knowing the consequences. We would highly recommend consulting one of our legal experts to explore your options.
TTL provides you with the best service when it comes to protecting your points and keeping your insurance rates low.
A conviction of a traffic offence may cause you to lose demerit points and will be recorded on your driving record. Even though your points will be removed after two years, the conviction still remains on your record for three years. Insurance companies review the convictions recorded on your driving abstract and can increase your premium based on that alone. So think twice before paying off a traffic ticket and consult a licensed Paralegal in our office for free instead.
There are several serious offences that we handle which include, but not limited to:
Are you a professional commercial motor vehicle driver or a transportation Company looking to avoid being charged by the Ministry of Transportation? Consult one of our paralegal's and learn how to keep your professional driving record clean.
If you drive a commercial vehicle with a registered gross weight of over 4500kgs you will require a CVOR (Commercial Vehicle Operators' Registration) certificate. The CVOR was implemented by the Ministry of Transportation to promote safe operation of trucks and buses on roadways.
Additionally, all commercial vehicles must undergo an annual safety inspection and a yellow sticker must be placed on the vehicle to indicate an inspection was completed. Commercial vehicles undergo regular roadside inspections carried out by the Ministry of Transportation enforcement officers on highway scales across the province.
The Commercial Vehicle Operators' Registration (CVOR) is used to track companies ratings based on:
How to avoid get charged by a MTO Officer?
Have you been charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs and alcohol? Were you clocked at driving 80 km/h over the posted speed limit? These are serious criminal charges that should not be taken lightly so contact us today.
Anyone operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be charged with impaired driving. An impaired driving conviction may cause you to lose your job, be denied entry into certain countries, you may be considered to be a "high-risk" driver meaning an increase in insurance or your insurance policy may be cancelled.
The penalty for a first time offender is a fine of no less than $1,000, losing your driver's license for one year, and participation in the "Back on Track Course".
If you are a repeat offender, the penalty will include a mandatory jail term of 30 days, losing your driver's license for 3 years, and participation in the "Back on Track Course".
Anyone who drives at a speed greater than 80 km/h over the posted speed limit is considered to be dangerous driving.
The penalty for dangerous driving is a criminal record, a minimum fine of $1,000 and an automatic driver's license suspension for a minimum of one year.