Driving Under Suspension
Driving with a suspended license is considered a serious offence. Both the Ministry of Transportation and the courts hold the power to suspend your license. Reasons why your license could be suspended include but are not limited to:
- accumulating too many demerit points
- any violation of a G1 or G2 drivers license condition
- failing to pay a fine
- speeding more than 50km/h
- stunt driving
- court order to suspend your license
- fail to pay family support payments
- medical reasons
- civil judgment under the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act
If you are convicted of the offence of driving with a suspended license you could be facing the following penalties:
- minimum fine of 1,000 dollars; first offence, minimum of 2,000; second offence
- a mandatory 6 month suspension of your license
- possible imprisonment for a term of up to 6 months
Driving under suspension is a very serious offence and involves elements resembling criminal charges.
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