G2 Drivers & Speeding

G2 drivers found guilty of speeding more than 29km/h receive a 30 day licence suspension and insurance increases.

G2 Drivers & Speeding Tickets

The police nor the courts are required to tell G2 drivers of the hidden penalties for speeding tickets.

Class G1 Drivers

Class G2 drivers are considered to be “Novice Drivers” by the Ministry of Transportation.

Novice drivers have lower thresholds for speeding tickets and demerit points, that will suspend the drivers licence.

Speeding tickets can dramatically affect G2 drivers, as any conviction will result in two “lines” on the driving record.

  1. the conviction for speeding
  2. any licence suspension

Class G2 drivers are considered “Novice Drivers” under Ontario Regulation 340/94.

Penalties for G2 Drivers

Novice drivers have strict penalties with lower thresholds from class G drivers, including thirty (30) day licence suspensions for:

Where a G2 Driver has their licence suspended the insurance rates will be dramatically affected.

Penalties Per Speed Recorded

Any speeding ticket for more than 29km/h has a licence suspension for G2 Drivers.

Where a G2 Driver is convicted of any traffic ticket the insurance will be dramatically affected for three (3) years.

Licence Suspensions

Traffic tickets with four (4) demerit points have thirty (30) day licence suspensions for G2 Drivers.

Where a G2 Driver accumulates six (6) demerit points (e.g. gets two three point tickets) the driver loses their licence for thirty (30) days.

If the driver goes over the demerit point limit a second time, the suspension shall be for ninety (90) days.

Upon conviction of the ticket, the Ministry of Transport will send a letter to the registered address advising the Novice driver to surrender their drivers licence at a Service Ontario location.

The licence suspension starts from the date the driver surrenders the licence.

Any ticket for more than fifteen (15) kilometres over the limit has demerit points.

Insurance and Speeding

Speeding tickets and licence suspensions affect insurance rates.

Where a G2 Driver receives any speeding ticket and a conviction is registered, the ticket will affect the insurance rates for 3 years.

Where the driver receives a speeding ticket for more than 29km/h and is suspended, the insurance will increase into high risk insurance rates.

The conviction will put two “strikes” against the driver, because:

The police nor the courts advise G2 drivers that convictions over 29km/h have a licence suspensions.




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