Driving Without Insurance Charges
The charge of driving without insurance is found under the legislation of the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act and not the Highway Traffic Act or Criminal Code. Driving without insurance is often a defendable charge. Sometimes drivers are unaware that their insurance as lapsed and should not be chastised for such.
Fail to produce insurance card is not the same offence as driving without insurance. The penalties for such offence are not the same as driving without insurance. Often times fail to produce insurance is defendable or negotiable. These charges generally carry a $65 fine and do not result in any demerit points.
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