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Ontario Speeding Tickets

Ontario Speeding Tickets

Fighting Speeding Tickets in Ontario

Speeding tickets have more penalties than the fine on the ticket.

There are demerit points, suspensions and insurance implications.

Here is the information you need to know about your rights and how to dispute your ticket.

Fighting Speeding Tickets in Ontario

Speeding tickets are written every day, but for government after decades of police enforcement, the perceived problem hasn’t changed…

  • Why is enforcement rarely done in school zones and community areas?
  • Why does the government licence vehicles that can travel at high speeds?
  • Why has so little been done in regards to traffic design and traffic calming?

We all agree we don’t want people driving to excess in our neighbourhoods and highways, but the system of enforcement hasn’t changed in fifty (50) years and is sadly outdated.

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Demerit Points

How many demerit points does your speeding ticket have?  How points affect you and your insurance.

Demerit Points

Insurance

How a speeding ticket conviction affects the cost of your insurance for three (3) years or more.

Insurance

Licence Suspensions

Speeding ticket can include suspensions for novice drivers, demerit points, high speeds and stunt driving.

Insurance

Fighting Speeding

Fighting a speeding ticket is about winning, saving demerit points and keeping your driving and insurance record clear.

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Speeding Law

The law on speeding is in the Ontario Highway Traffic Act with the speed limits, definitions and the rules for Ontario drivers.

The Law on Speeding

Enforcement Types

Types of speed enforcement techniques used by police officers in Ontario, which hasn’t changed or been updated in 40 plus years.

Enforcement

Class G Drivers

A speeding ticket means:

  • any speeding ticket affects insurance
  • demerit points for two (2) years
  • MTO interview at nine (9) or more points
  • suspension for fifteen (15) points
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Class G2 Drivers

A speeding ticket means:

  • demerit points for 2 years
  • any speeding ticket affects insurance
  • suspension for speeding more than 29km/h
  • suspension for six (6) or more points
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Class G1 Drivers

A speeding ticket means:

  • demerit points for 2 years
  • any speeding ticket affects insurance
  • suspension for speeding more than 29km/h
  • suspension for six (6) or more points
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Former OPP officer Eddie Cho

Former Ontario Provincial Police officer Eddie Cho talks about how a speeding ticket can affect your insurance rates and ability to drive in Ontario.