Violation Area

At Fault Accident Ticket.

If you are involved in an at fault accident, there is a variety Traffic Safety Act charges that may be laid against you.  The most common charges are speed violations, turn violations, careless driving, or stunt driving.

Depending on the severity of the accident, in some instances criminal charges may be filled as well.

Whatever the circumstances, you need effective representation.  Traffic Ticket Specialist Canada has successfully represented clients involved in motor vehicle accidents and other Traffic Safety Act charges.  We Fight for You and represent your interest in court call today for your free consultation at (780) 439-5347.

Speeding Tickets.

Have A Speeding Ticket We Can Help!

Speeding is the most commonly laid traffic offence. Every road has a specified speed limit, whether posted or not. It is every driver’s responsibility to obey all posted speed limits, as well as understand the regulations regarding types of roads and automatic limits.

By driving over the speed limit, you are risking being charged with speeding, and you are putting yourself and others in danger.

Speed limits are enforced for your safety and the safety of other motorists and pedestrians.

Specified Penalties for Speeding!

The fines and demerit points associated with speeding are based on the alleged rate of travel above the speed limit. The demerit points are as follows:

  • 1-15 km over -2 points
  • 16-30 km over -3 points
  • 31-50 km over -4 points
  • 50 + km over – 6 demerit points plus possible loss of licence for 3 months plus possible incarceration.

The fines for speeding range from $78- $474 depending on your speed of travel.

Speeding through a construction zone will result in an immediate doubling of the normal fine. Every conviction for speeding will remain on your record for a period of 3 years.

What You Should Do with that Speeding Ticket!

Contact Traffic Ticket Specialist Canada today we have successfully represented numerous clients who have been charged with speeding violations. We have the knowledge and experience to get you the best results. Contact our office for a free quote, or call today for your free consultation at (780) 439-5347.

Impaired Driving Charges

Driving while under the influence of alcohol is dangerous, at a certain blood alcohol level it becomes illegal to operate a motor vehicle. An impaired driving conviction can have devastating consequences, both you and those around you. You can be convicted of the criminal offence if there is proof beyond a reasonable doubt of impairment at the time of the event.

What Should You Do if Charged with Impaired Driving?

Call Traffic Ticket Specialist Canada today! Contact us, request a free quote, or call today 780 439-5347 and find out what options are available to you if you have been charged with impaired driving.

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Hit and Run

Failing to Remain at the Scene of an Accident

This is the most serious of all charges under the Traffic Safety Act, and is commonly called a “hit and run”. A driver who has been involved in a motor vehicle accident is required to remain at the scene, or return to the scene after an accident. If you have been involved in an accident with another person, you should call the local law enforcement in your community. You are also required to offer assistance to any individuals injured at the scene of the accident. If you have hit an unattended vehicle, you need to stop and either locate or notify the owner of the vehicle and provide them with your driver’s licence, ownership, and insurance card. By failing to remain at the scene of a collision, you are risking being charged under the Traffic Safety Act and, depending on the circumstances, the Criminal Code of Canada. If it can be proven you fled the scene to avoid criminal or civil liability, the penalties will be much more severe.

What Are the Penalties?

  • A fine of up to $2300
  • 7 demerit points
  • 6 months in Prison under Traffic Safety Act
  • Up to 5 years in prison under the Criminal Code of Canada

 

What Should You Do?

Contact Traffic Ticket Specialist today! No matter you’ve been charged with, we are your voice and can help you beat the ticket negotiate the lowest possible fines, or avoid going to jail. Contact our office, request a free quote, or call today for your free consultation at 780 439-5347.

Careless Driving

This charge under the Traffic Safety Act is a very broad charge which is used in a number of different situations.  Careless driving is defined as operating a mechanically propelled vehicle without due care and attention, or without reasonable consideration for the other motorists or people on the road.  Usually this charge is laid when there is a motor vehicle collision.  This charge is widely open to interpretation, which makes it one of the most common charges laid in traffic incidents. The consequences of being convicted of careless driving can be very severe, so it is in your best interest to retain competent representation if you have been charged.

 

What Are the Penalties?

  • 6 demerit points off your licence
  • A fine of no less than $402 and no more than $2000 +15% surcharge
  • A possible driver’s licence suspension
  • A possible term of imprisonment for up to 6 months

What Should You Do?

Contact Traffic Ticket Specialist Canada today! Protect your demerit points, your licence, and yourself by contacting us, request a free quote, or call today for a free consultation at 780 439-5347.

Stunt Driving Ticket

The most common reason to be charged with stunt driving is excessive speed, which is considered 50km or more over the limit.  Other reasons include but are not limited to racing, trying to lift wheels off the ground, spinning, circling without control “doughnuts”, driving with a person in the trunk, driving while not sitting in the driver seat, or driving in the oncoming lane beside another vehicle. This charge carries serious penalties as these activities are extremely dangerous while driving. If you are convicted of stunt driving, other that the consequences below, your insurance premiums may be affected for up to 3 years.  Some insurance companies will refuse to insure motorists who have been convicted of stunt driving, so it is in your best interest to fight to avoid this type of conviction on your driver’s abstract.

What Are The Penalties?

If this is the first time you have been charged with stunting, you face the following consequences:

  • A fine of up to $2300
  • 3 demerit points
  • Mandatory court appearance or Part 2 summons (Pink Ticket)
  • Possible suspension of your licence for no more than 90 days
  • Possible jail time of up to 6 months

What Should You Do?

Even if you think you may be guilty, give our office a call we fight for you! Contact us, request a free quote, or call Traffic Ticket Specialist Canada today for your free consultation at 780 439-5347 and find out how we can defend you from a stunt driving charge.

Failing to Stop

As motorist, you are required to obey all signs and traffic regulation devices. Failing to stop, either at a red light, a stop sign, or a different traffic control device can result in loss of demerit points and a fine.  The most common occurrence is failing to stop at a stop sign.  Even if you believe the way is clear, you must come to a complete stop before the stop sign.  Failure to do so, or rolling through a stop sign, will result in this charge if you are caught. Failing to stop at a red light has more negative consequences, as insurance companies view this more seriously and will increase your premiums accordingly. Failing to stop will stay on your driver’s abstract for 3 years.

What Are The Penalties?

  • A fine of $287
  • 3 demerit points
  • A conviction on your driving record for 3 years

What Should You Do?

We fight for you! No matter what you’ve been charged with, Traffic Ticket Specialist can help you beat the ticket or negotiate the lowest possible fines. Don’t let a failure to stop ticket stop you! Contact us, request a free quote, or call today for your free consultation at 780 439-5347.

Driving while Under Suspension

If your licence was suspended (possibly for unpaid fines, alcohol related infractions, too many demerit points, or other reasons) and you are caught driving, you will be charged with driving with a suspended licence.

This is one of the most serious infractions under the Traqffic Safety Act. If convicted, your licence will automatically be suspended for a further six-month period, and your insurance premiums will increase. You may end up paying thousands of dollars more for insurance- and that’s only if you qualify. Some companies will refuse to insure you if you have been convicted of driving while suspended.  At the very least, your insurance could be affected for three years or more.  Depending on the situation, you may also end up spending time in jail.

What Are The Penalties?

If this is the first time you have been charged with driving under suspension, you face the following consequences:

  • A fine of not more than $2000 + 15% surcharge
  • Further suspension of your licence for 6 months from the end of your current suspension
  • Failure to pay fine will result in 14 days to a maximum of months in prison.

If this is your second offence within one year of the original offence, you face the same penalties as above, plus jail time from 14 days to 6 months.

What Should You Do?

Call Traffic Ticket Specialist today- we have successfully represented numerous clients who have been charged with driving while under suspension. This is one of the most serious infractions, and you will require competent representation. Contact us, request a free quote, or call today at 780 439-5347.

Turn Violations

There are many different infractions that are covered under turn violations. It is your responsibility as a driver to obey all traffic signs and regulations, and to proceed only when it is safe. If you make an illegal turn and cause an accident, a conviction could result in a significant increase in your insurance premiums.  Turn violations include offences such as:

  • Failing to signal
  • Improper left or right turns
  • Unsafe turns
  • Failing to avoid a collision

What are the Penalties?

  • A set fine depending on the specific offence
  • 2 to 3 demerit points
  • Conviction on your driving record for 3 years

What Should You Do?

Contact Traffic Ticket Specialist Canada today, for a free quote, and find out what options are available to you if you have been charged with a turning violation. We will fight for you to eliminate the charge, get a reduction of the fine, and protect your demerit points.

Dangerous Driving Charges

You are required to operate your vehicle in a safe manner at all times, and if you don’t you may be charged with dangerous driving. Driving in a way that is dangerous to the public, and disregarding circumstances such as road, and weather conditions are considered dangerous driving. If you are convicted, you face steep penalties from the courts as well as in the future from your insurance provider.

What Should You Do?

Contact our office today, request a free quote, or call Traffic Ticket Specialist Canada 780 439-5347.

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Operating A Motor Vehicle With No Insurance

When requested by a peace officer, you are required to supply proper registration as well as a financial responsibility card (Pink Card). If you fail to do so, you will likely be charged with operating a vehicle without proper insurance.  It is against the law to operate a motor vehicle without valid insurance, so it is in your best interest to ensure you have the right documents with stopped by police. The penalties involved with this charge will be much higher than your monthly insurance payments.

What Are The Penalties?

If this is the first time you have been charged operating a motor vehicle without valid insurance, you face the following consequences:

  • A fine of at least $2875 and less than $10,000
  • Failure to pay fine will result in a term of not less than 45 days and not more than 6 months’ imprisonment
  • Each subsequent offence within 5 years from the day of the original offence will result in
  • A fine of at least $5000 and less than $20.000
  • Failure to pay fine will result in a term of not less than 60 days and not more than 6 months’ imprisonment

What Should You Do?

Contact Traffic Ticket Specialist Canada today we have represented a number of clients who have been charged with operating a vehicle without insurance successfully.

Contac us, request a free quote, or call 780 439-5347 today to find out what your options are call now.

Commercial Offences

If you’re a professional driving who drives for a living, then protect your livelihood. Truck Drivers, School Bus Drivers, From Long Haul to City drivers you need to be aware of the Rules of the Road and safeguard yourself from losing your careers. If you have been charged with a commercial driving infraction, it can lead to serious consequences that put your ability to dive in jeopardy. Ensuring you are operating a safe vehicle, having all the proper permits and tags, and following all safety regulations associated with your type of vehicle and load are extremely important to keep your Carrier Safety Rating and CVOR record as clean as possible.  These are public records, which means your information as a carrier is readily accessible to your customers, and competitors, including your insurance company and financial institutions.

What Should You Do?

Contact Traffic Ticket Specialist Canada today and have one of our Former Fleet Driver Trainers, and Airbrake Endorsement  Officers help you protect that very important CVOR, call today for a free quote and consultation at 780 439-5347.