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A SPEEDING TRAFFIC TICKET is more than just a challenging trouble or just a violation of Highway Traffic Act in Ontario; it is a serious legal matter that can result in large fines, demerit points, and higher insurance premiums. Understanding the complicated nature of speeding tickets and laws is critical  in order to better drive in highway rules and traffic law. our PARALEGAL are here to help you more

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A brief Overview

Speeding Violation

The Highway Traffic Act creates Ontario Traffic tickets, which are considered Provincial offenses. Traffic tickets in Ontario lead to a monetary fine and, depending on the type of ticket, demerit points by The Ministry of Transportation.

The following are examples of hidden consequences related to traffic and speeding tickets that the police and courts are not obligated to reveal to you:

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  • Tickets increase your insurance premiums.
  • Demerit points are granted for infractions on traffic tickets and HOA offenses.
  • Some traffic tickets result in license suspensions, particularly for drivers in classes G1 and G2. after licence suspensions
  • charge a $281 dollar licence reinstatement fee (this amount is or 2023 and will increase in future):

In addition to a fine, traffic tickets carry other consequences that may follow you for years. If you pay the ticket, it will appear on your insurance and driving record for three (3) years.

Speeding Fines and Penalties

Fines for speeding in Ontario are not set at a flat rate. Rather, they incrementally increase depending on how much you exceed the speed limit. For speeds 1-19 km/h over the limit, fines are set at $3 per km. This escalates to $4.5 per km for 20-29 km/h over, $7 per km for 30-49 km/h over, and a staggering $9.75 per km for 50 km/h or more over the speed limit. Remember, these speeding fines and penalties do not include court costs and fees.

The fines in community safety zones and construction zones with workers present are doubled.

Over speed limitFine amount
(per km/h)
0 – 20 km/h$3.00
20 – 30 km/h$4.50
30 – 50 km/h$7.00
50+ km/h$9.75
Speeding Demerit points

Demerit points calculated depend on km/h over the speed limit. The accumulation of demerit points can lead to licence suspensions and higher insurance rates.

Speed Over Limit


Demerit Points

0 – 15 km/h

0 points

16 – 29 km/h over the limit

3 points

30 – 49 km/h over the limit

4 points
30 Day Suspension for G1 and G2 drivers
100% Insurance increase

50 km/h over the limit

6 points
30 Day Suspension for G1 and G2 drivers
100% Insurance increase

Over 50 km/h

Stunt Driving
Speeding 50km/h+

6 points
7 day licence suspension
7 day vehicle impound
One year licence suspension
Maximum fine $10,000
Jail up to 6 months
100% Insurance increase

Speeding Tickets Affect Your Licence
  • speeding tickets can affect your insurance.
  • at 9 demerit points the Ministry of Transportation will require the driver to attend for an interview to see why the driver’s licence should not be suspended.
  • at 15 demerit points the driver receives a mandatory 30 day licence suspension
  • novice drivers are suspended for any accumulation of four or more demerit points
  • any suspension would increase insurance 100% Probationary Drivers – G1 & G2 Licence Holders

  • Speeding tickets affect your insurance,

  • any 4 point speeding ticket means a 30 day licence suspension,
  • subsequent suspensions for six (6) months,
  • probationary drivers are not allowed to accumulate 6 demerit points, and
  • Any suspension would increase insurance 100%.


How to Fight a Speeding Ticket?

Generally; For anyone hoping to lower their chances of receiving the maximum fines and demerit points in court, hire a skilled paralegal for tickets is usually the best course of action.

Keep the following points in mind:

  • -Every situation is unique. Therefore, you cannot base your defense and strategy that your friend's speeding attorney or paralegal employed to assist them When it comes to administrative work, the actual procedure is basically the same, but the real magic lies in applying the best strategy or approach for each unique circumstance.
  • -In most cases, a ticket option must be filed with the court within 15 days of the incident. In order to request a meeting with the prosecutor or a trial date
    -Many people assume that by attending the trial, their speeding ticket will automatically be dismissed, thereby reducing their demerit points. However, once a police officer arrives in court, prosecutors are required to proceed with the trial, and contesting a speeding ticket may have unfavorable consequences for your future driving record.
    -You should request or obtain the police officer's evidence that will be used in court to prove your guilt of speeding before your early meeting with the prosecutor. 
Step 1

File a traffic ticket with the appropriate court to set up a  Trial Date or meeting with a prosecutor to discuss a possible reduction of your speeding ticket to a lower reduced speed, resulting in fewer or no demerit points. Keep in mind that fighting a speeding ticket requires at least 2-3 court appearances, which for most people means taking time off from work. However, as previously stated, you can retain the services of a legal professional who can represent you in court.

Step 2

Show up at trial. Prepare to be questioned about every detail from the day you were caught speeding. Also, be prepared to ask the police officer questions about relevant facts about your speeding ticket that will allow you to draw conclusions proving that the events in your case may have been different than what the officer suggests.

Defences for Speeding

There are just two options for defending against an absolute liability offense like receiving a speeding ticket. However, be aware that each of these justifications must meet a very high standard of proof. They are as follows:

1. “A dark car was following me through a dark alley, and I felt like my life was in danger.”

2 – The only way to increase someone’s chances of survival was to break the law and move quickly, since you were the only one who could have potentially saved their life. You must have felt that since you were saving someone else’s life, violating the speed limit was far more important than actually breaking the law.

e only person who could have potentially saved a person’s life and there were no other alternatives but to break the law and speed to maximize their chances of survival. The importance of breaking the speeding law must have been far greater than the actual act of speeding because you helped to save another person’s life.
Hiring a lawyer to fight a speeding ticket, might be an investment that will be repaid a hundredfold in the future (both time and money).

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Remember, courts have heard it all: “I was speeding because I needed to use the restroom and had a sick stomach” or “I was assisting in driving a sick friend to the hospital.”

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Demerit points are applied only after the ticket is paid to the drivers license or insurance

The Demerit Point System in Ontario is a way for the Ontario Ministry of Transportation to monitor your driving. All individuals who drive a vehicle in Ontario are subject to this system only when they are convicted of an offence under the Highway Traffic Act. The system is in place to encourage drivers to continue to improve their driving ability and ensure that drivers in Ontario are not abusing their privilege to drive.

Demerit points are added (not lost), if you are found guilty of a traffic ticket offence. The amount of points you gain vary per charge. If you obtain too many demerit points, there is a possibility you could lose your licence.

You start with zero (0) points and go up to fifteen (15). A demerit point will stay on your record for a maximum of two (2) years from the offence date. Once two (2) years has passed, they will automatically be removed from your record.

Don’t assume that if the demerit points are not written on the ticket, there are no points associated with the charge. Police officers and the courts are not affiliated with the The Ministry of Transportation and therefore are not required to tell you or write on the ticket how many demerit points are associated with that charge.

If you receive a ticket in:
1. Other Canadian Provinces and Territories.
2. The State of New York.
3. The State of Michigan.
Demerit points can be assessed to your licence.

What Happens If I Get Out Of Province Demerit Points?

Ontario Demerit Points Chart

The definition as per the Highway Traffic Act:

    • 130 (1) “Every person is guilty of the offence of driving carelessly who drives a vehicle or street car on a highway without due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for other persons using the highway.”

Penalties For Careless Driving NOT Causing Bodily Harm or Death are:

We have listed below some of the most common charges laid by police officers and the amount of demerit points attached to them.

Description Of OffenceDemerit Points
Failing to Remain at the Scene of a Collision7
Failing to Stop When Signaled or Asked by a Police Officer7
Careless Driving6
Stunt Driving6
 Failing to Stop for a School Bus6
Speeding: Exceeding Speed Limit by 50 km/hour or more6
Fail to Stop at Railway Crossing5
 Speeding: Exceeding the Speed Limit by 30 to 49 km/hour 4
Following too Closely 4
Fail to Yield to Pedestrian4
 Speeding: Exceeding the Speed Limit by 16 to 29 km/hour 3
Driving While Holding or Using a Hand-held Wireless Communications Device3
Unsafe Move – Lane or Shoulder3
Driving Through, Around or Under a Railway Crossing Barrier3
Driving the Wrong Way on a Divided Road3
Driving or Operating a Vehicle on a Closed Road3
Failing to Yield the Right-of-Way3
Disobey Stop Sign3
Failing to Obey a Traffic Control Stop/Slow Sign, Traffic Light or Railway Crossing Signal3
Failing to Obey the Directions of a Police Officer3
Failing to Report a Collision to a Police Officer3
Failing to Slow and Carefully Pass a Stopped Emergency Vehicle or a Tow Truck With its Amber Lights Flashing3
Failing to Move, Where Possible, Into Another Lane When Passing a Stopped Emergency Vehicle or a Tow Truck With its Amber Lights Flashing3
Improper Passing3
Improper Use of a High Occupancy Vehicle Lane3
Going the Wrong Way on a One-way Road3
Crowding the Driver’s Seat3
Improper Right Turn2
Improper Left Turn2
Improper Opening of a Vehicle Door2
Prohibited Turns2
Towing of Persons on Toboggans, Bicycles, Skis, etc.2
Unnecessary Slow Driving2
Backing Up on Highway2
Failing to Lower Headlamp Beams2
Disobey Sign2
Failing to Stop at a Pedestrian Crossing2
Failing to Share the Road2
Failing to Signal2
Driver Failing to Wear a Seat Belt2
Driver Failing to Ensure Infant/Child Passenger is Properly Secured2
Ontario Speeding Tickets and Points

Determining the amount of demerit points you receive is reflective of how fast you were traveling.
The faster you were traveling, the more demerit points will be assessed.

Speed RangeDemerit Points
0 to 15 km/hour Over Speed Limit
  • 0 Demerit Points
16 to 29 kh/hour Over Speed Limit
  • 3 Demerit Points
30 to 49 km/hour Over Speed Limit
  • 4 Demerit Points
  • 30 Day Suspension for G1 and G2 Drivers
50 km/hour Over Speed Limit
  • 6 Demerit Points
  • 30 Day Suspension for G1 and G2 Drivers
Stunt Driving or Racing
  • 6 Demerit Points
  • 30 Day Licence Suspension
  • 14 Day Vehicle Impound
  • Minimum Fine of $2000
  • Maximum Fine of $10,000
  • Minumum 1 Year Licence Suspension
  • Max 6 Month Jail Time

Sturino Walker Legal will take the worry out of your traffic tickets and ensure your record stays clear.

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G1 and/or G2 Drivers (Novice Drivers):

As a novice driver you face different consequences.

2-5 Demerit Points:
• You are sent a warning letter.
• Likely that you will have to attend an interview hearing to discuss your driving record

6-8 Demerit Points:
• Your licence could be suspended.

30 Day Licence Suspension:
• Convicted of a four (4) or more demerit point traffic ticket.
• Convicted of a graduating licensing requirement.

60 Day Licence Suspension:
• You receive 9 or more demerit points.

Graduated Licensing Requirements

G Class Drivers:

As a fully licensed driver you can accumulate a total of 15 demerit points.

2-8 Demerit Points:
• You are sent a warning letter.

9-14 Demerit Points:
• Your licence could be suspended.
• May have to attend an interview to discuss your record.

15 or More Demerit Points:
• You are given a 30 day suspension.



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