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Stunt Driving Law
Stunt Driving On the 1st of October 2007 the Ontario Government enacted speeding laws for Stunt Driving, Racing and Speeding more than 50km/h. This law under Bill 203, the Safer Roads for a Safer Ontario Act has the following penalties;
Immediate seven (7) day driver's licence suspension
Immediate seven (7) day vehicle impoundment
Minimum fine of two thousand ($2000.00) dollars
Maximum fine of ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollars
Drivers licence suspension of up to two years
Six (6) demerit points
Second conviction drivers licence suspension of up to ten (10) years
Imprisonment for a term of not more that six (6) months
100% Insurance Increase
Racing Stunt Driving
The definition of Stunt Driving and Racing includes;
Speeding more than 50km/h
Driving at a marked departure indicating a competition
Chasing another motor vehicle
Driving a motor vehicle without due care and attention, without reasonable consideration for other persons using the highway (Careless Driving)
Driving in a manner that may endanger any person
Repeatedly changing lanes in close proximity to other vehicles so as to advance through the ordinary flow of traffic while driving at a rate of speed that is a marked departure from the lawful rate of speed.
Having been stopped and charged by the police for Stunt Driving / Racing the police officer will immediately suspend the drivers licence of the driver for seven (7) days. The driver cannot operate motor vehicle anywhere in the Province of Ontario. If the driver is caught by the police operating a motor vehicle they maybe arrested and charged with the offence of Drive While Suspended Highway Traffic Act of Ontario Section 53,1. The penalty for driving while under suspension is a one thousand dollar ($1000) fine, and six (6) months further licence suspension.
The motor vehicle used in the offence will be impounded by the police officer for seven (7) days. The vehicle will not be released to any person until the seven days have been completed, and includes even if the driver was not the owner of the vehicle.
The costs of the impoundment for Stunt Driving and Racing are the responsibility of the driver/owner which will be from five hundred to over one thousand dollars.
Having successfully fought hundreds of Stunt Driving Ticket OTT Legal knows how to help you, call 1-888-668-8946 or visit the OTT Legal office closest to you.
The police officer will issue to the driver a Part Three Provincial offences notice with a court date on it commanding the defendant to appear in traffic court before a Justice of the Peace.
The driver/defendant may hire an agent such as OTT Legal who will appear on the behalf of the driver. If the defendant fails to appear before the court the Justice of the Peace may issue a warrant for the driver to appear in court.
At traffic court the police officer will have a prosecutor hired by the municipality to assist the officer in prosecution the case. As many prosecutors are lawyers, drivers are wise to seek legal advise prior to appearing in court from OTT Legal.
Stunt Driving, Speeding, and Racing trials are won on legal technicalities properly presented by a person with experience and training in traffic court. Just going to court and explaining why you may have commented the offence will not get the charge dismissed.
OTT Legal offers a free consultation to discuss your Stunt Driving ticket with one of our licenced representatives. Many of our licenced agents are former Ontario Provincial Police and the Toronto Police Service Police Officers who have not only the court experience but the actually experience in radar, laser and speed enforcement in Ontario.
The Law for Stunt Driving and Racing in Ontario
Bill 203 falls under section 172 of the Ontario Highway Traffic Act;
172. (1) Racing, stunts, etc., prohibited No person shall drive a motor vehicle on a highway in a race or contest, while performing a stunt on on a bet or wager.
(2) Offence - Every person who contravenes subsection (1) is guilty of an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine of not less that $2,000 and not more that $10,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more that six months, or to both, and in addition his or her driver's licence may be suspended,
(a) on a first conviction under this section, for not more that two years; or
(b) on a subsequent conviction under this section, for not more than 10 years.
(5) Police officer to require surrender of driver's licence, detention of motor vehicle - Where a police officer believes on reasonable and probable grounds that a person is stunt driving, or has driven, a motor vehicle on a highway in contravention of subsection (1) the officer shall,
a) request that the person surrender his or her driver's licence; and
b) detain the motor vehicle that was being driven by the person until it is impounded under clause (7)(b).
(6) Administrative seven-day licence suspension - Upon a request being made under clause (5)(a), for stunt driving the pe
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