Traffic Tickets and fines are handled by municipally-run courts.
Common offences include:
- Excessive noise
- Driving while under suspension
- Driving without a permit
- Disobeying traffic signs
- Parking infractions
- Not having proof of insurance
- Driving under the influence
And more! Let us fight your traffic tickets.
Ontario unanimously passed legislation increasing penalties for drivers who text or use a
handheld phone while on the road, and who open their door into the path of a cyclist. The update
to the Highway Traffic Act also imposes a one-meter distance rule between motor vehicles and
bicycles — “where practicable” — and will force drivers to wait until pedestrians completely
cross the road at school crossings.
Fines for distracted drivers has increase from the old range of $60 to $500 to between $300 to
$1,000, plus three demerit points.
Have you received a ticket under this offence recently? Contact us at inf[at]dhps.ca