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Exceeding the posted speed limit, against the government issued sign.
Penalties are dependent upon the class of drivers licence and rate of speed. The penalties are as follows:
Driving while using a hand-held wireless communication device or other prescribed device that is capable of receiving or transmitting telephone communications, electronic data, mail or text messages. Ontario Highway Traffic Act section 78.1.1
This indicates that by no means can a driver be holding a working cell phone/communication device regardless of whether the vehicle was in motion or not, when on the road. Note, conviction penalties vary based on the type of driver`s license.
The penalties for a G license for distracted driving are dependent upon the number of times you have been convicted:
Third and any further conviction(s):
No person shall drive a motor vehicle on a highway in a race or contest, while performing a stunt or on a bet or wager.
A stunt driving ticket is issued when a driver is exceeding the speed limit by more than 50 km/hr. Once a driver receives a stunt driving ticket, their license is immediately suspended for 7 days and their vehicle is also impounded for 7 days. You can also receive a stunt driving charge for having someone in the trunk, spinning without maintaining control, road rage, etc.
Additional penalties that are highly likely to result from a stunt driving charge include:
A driver can be charged with careless driving if they drive a vehicle without due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for other persons using the highway (also known as roadway).
Licence suspension for careless driving is dependent on your class of drivers licence, but the following penalties apply to all classes of drivers licence:
Additionally, if convicted and depending on the severity of the case, you could be liable to a fine between $400 and $2,000 and/or imprisonment of up to six months. Careless driving causing bodily harm can result in a fine of up to $50,000
Failure of a driver to bring his or her vehicle to a full and complete stop at or before the marked stop line.
Anyone who fails to bring a vehicle to a full and complete stop at the stop sign is subject to the following penalties:
Failure of a driver to obey a traffic sign by pursuing a prohibited turn.
Turning when contrary to the sign can have a lot more repercussions than just the penalty of the illegal turn violation. Other penalties include:
Failure to stop for a police officer when signalled or requested
Anyone who fails to stop for a police officer can get the following penalties:
If you are involved in or are a witness to an accident, you must remain at the scene of the accident; provide all possible assistance.
Failure to remain is one of the most consequential charges under the Highway Traffic Act. By law, anyone involved in an accident must:
Penalty for Failure to Remain - Under the Highway Traffic Act
Every person who drives a motor vehicle while his or her driver’s licence is suspended, under an Act of the Legislature or a regulation made thereunder, is guilty of an offence and upon conviction is liable:
The penalties an individual is subject to when driving while being suspended can include:
Multiple convictions while driving with a suspended license are drastically harsher.
A person can be charged if they are operating a motor vehicle without insurance and/or if that person permits another person to operate that vehicle without valid insurance.
There are many repercussions associated with being caught for driving without insurance, as driving and insurance go hand in hand. Some of the penalties include: