Driving Offences and Prohibitions

Receiving a Violation Ticket under the Motor Vehicle Act can have significant effects on your Driver’s License, Driving Record and Insurance. It is important to deal with these matters properly in order to avoid the situation of having your driver’s license prohibited. Tickets for such offences as speeding, using an electronic device or driving without due care can have enormous hidden impacts that many people do not realize until it is too late. Commercial vehicle operators can also face additional consequences that can impact their careers.

Driving prohibitions can come in many forms: roadside prohibitions for impaired driving and letters prohibiting people from driving for incurring too many driving offences. The prohibitions can take effect immediately and cause significant hardship through vehicle impoundments, financial penalties and impacts on employment. These prohibitions have strict timelines so it is imperative that legal advice is sought as soon as possible.

If you receive a violation ticket, immediate roadside prohibition or notice of intent to prohibit letter, consult with a knowledgeable lawyer as soon as possible so that the problem is properly handled before it becomes worse. Contact us for a free consultation on your driving offence or driving prohibition matter.

Driving Offences and Prohibitions Team

Michael Thain


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