Did you know these Ontario Traffic Laws?

• Making a False Statement is a $10,000.00 fine

Driving a Motor Vehicle Without Insurance is a $5,000.00 fine

• Permitting another person to drive your motor vehicle without insurance is a $5,000.00 fine

• You must always carry your original documents at all times

• If you are charged or detained by the police, it is your right to remain silent

• You are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty

• It is your right to see the disclosure (the information produced against you) pertaining to your case

• You have a right to a language interpreter of your choice

• It is your responsibility to read the back of the ticket you received

• You are entitled to legal advice

• It is your responsibility to report an accident to the collision center and to contact your insurance company in order to determine which party is liable

• After an accident you are obligated to provide information to all parties

• Your insurance can double for as little as 1 conviction

• Even if your 25 years of age or older, 2-3 traffic tickets can put you in a high-risk market

Demerit points mean nothing to your insurance company

• If you are convicted for driving while under suspension, you could be sentenced to go to jail for a maximum of 6 months

• If you are convicted for Driving a Motor Vehicle Without Insurance, your vehicle can be impounded for up to 90 days

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