A Canadian province or territory can only enforce your order or support arrangement if they have a reciprocal agreement with your country. I received a ticket in Michigan to close, it will affect my Ontario driver`s license. And how much do I have to pay for the ticket? Hi, I got a 91 mph ticket in a 65 mph area. I am from Canada. I pleaded guilty and paid the $265 fine, but another letter arrived. This is a driver responsibility assessment statement that says I have to pay $300 and 6 additional demerit points. It states that the New York license will be suspended. Does that apply to me? Do I have to pay this fine? Will I get the 6 demerit points on my Ontario licence? Thank you, I am an Ontario resident and received a speeding ticket on I-81 in Cortlandville, New York, which is 83 mph in a 65 mph zone. It was my first post south of the border in 27 years of visiting the United States on the street. Their system is not as simple as Ontario`s.
You must fill out the form attached to the ticket and send it in the mail to let them know how you want to plead, and only then will they respond with the amount of the fine. In my case, I wrote a letter admitting my guilt with an explanation and asked them to give me an alternative ticket for a non-mobile violation so that it wouldn`t affect my insurance. The process was only tedious because the District Attorney`s Office in the City of Cortlandville (for traffic violations) was flooded and very inefficient. They responded with a pre-trial conference (trial date) from the City of Cortlandville and a letter from the DA office with a list of documents required to consider my alternative offence application. The list included (1) a copy of my ticket, (2) a letter of explanation as to why they should consider my request, (3) a summary from an Ontario driver that you can get from a Service Ontario office for $12, and (4) a self-addressed envelope. I quickly responded to their requirements and was confident that there would be a quick solution. Let me tell you I was wrong, so be patient and keep track. In short, after asking for 3 different postponements of the trial date, I finally got what I wanted.
After several phone calls, a few letters and faxes, I received a silencer violation as an alternative offense that I accepted, and then the court sent me a fine of $75 + $65 extra for a total of $138. I paid the fine and that was the end. From the date of the violation to the confirmation of payment, it took almost 8 months, which did not bother me at all. That`s a small price to pay for big savings on your insurance premiums. However, if you want to save yourself the trouble and don`t mind paying the money for someone else to deal with the headache, please contact X-Copper. You may have to pay up to $300 to $400, plus of course the amount of the fine, but it might be worth it depending on how much you want to avoid a moving violation and how much time you have or don`t have to deal with the problem. I know people who have used X-Copper and they have been very satisfied. I was annoyed for a 52 in a Zone 35 in Vermont last week when I ran in the 50 zone about a hundred feet earlier ???? Don`t Ontario and Vermont have a mutual agreement? The $165 fine is good, but I would prefer not to have the 3 points on my file.
Thank you! Speeding and points are also freely shared between jurisdictions and with insurance companies, meaning a ticket will end up in your residency file during your vacation. In Ontario, fines are usually between 3 and 6 points. Depending on the speed reversed. Hi, I received a ticket for violation of stop signs in Michigan. I have an Ontario licence. Will the insurance company be notified and will it be on my file? I received a speeding ticket in the city of Brant, New York. The ticket indicates a speed of 87 in a zone 65. What are my options? I understand that if I plead guilty, it will appear on my driver`s Ontario summary.
Please advise. Any fine received in another province or territory [in Canada] will result in a conviction and/or rejection of the points on your Ontario driver`s licence. There are even states that have a reciprocal agreement with Ontario that could impact your driving record in Ontario. [For example] Ontario has a reciprocal agreement with the states of New York and Michigan. I received a ticket to pass over a red light in Niagara Falls, NY. I remember looking at the light as I walked through the intersection and it was yellow. The officer said it was red before I entered the intersection. I go to court to plead not guilty. I have a clean driving record. Do you think I will be fired? There is also a mutual agreement between the Province of Ontario and the States of New York and Michigan that will allow the province to be informed of certain crimes committed in those states. States may also suspend your driver`s license for certain listed offenses such as interference, reckless or dangerous driving, manslaughter as a result of driving a car, and other serious offenses. Not only can this impact your driving record and perhaps your insurance premiums, but you can face quite high fines in some cases.
I recently (3am) received a ticket for “No/Inadequate Lights”. my headlight had gone out, I had no idea. I`m an Ontario resident, and I received this “ticket” (it`s a piece of paper? like the length of my arm, which says no price or whatever. I got this post in upstate New York and I`m so confused about what I need to do. The police officer told me that I had until 5 p.m. tonight to fix it and bring it back to them, but I live in ONTARIO, I drove home. Do I have to drive 6.5 hours to give it back to them? He also said that nothing will happen to my license, no points, etc. But he didn`t tell me what to do. The mail will probably take, God only knows how long, and according to this paper post, I have until 17.12.12 to return it to them. I do not want to plead anything. What do I do. You are right.
There is NO mutual agreement between the two. You COULD issue an arrest warrant, and the border could have access to that information. Although it is rare for them to start from a simple ticket, it could happen. If you can afford the ticket, you just have to pay to the competent court. Hello, I am a Canadian living in British Columbia. I was caught speeding in Merced, California, and received a notification at the end of the month that I had to pay. The amount is $366.00 and I fly to San Diego in March. Of course, I prefer not to pay the fine, will I be detained at the airport in California? I don`t intend to go there by car. Thank you. Again, each state can have its own agreements with other states and always suspend or punish a driver who does not pay his extra-state fine.
I received a speeding ticket in the city of Orleans, Jefferson County. New York State… when NJ returned to Toronto. Speed in an area from 65 MPH to 80 MPH. It is a strange ticket because there is no fine. he`s just asking me to plead guilty or not and send him away. I asked the officer about this and he told me that he should just answer guilty or not, and then the judge will decide on the fine. How can I react.
I don`t really remember driving that fast. maybe I did it briefly when I wanted to rush to the rest area to pee Hello I got a ticket in Michigan, 83 miles on the road with a 70-mile limit, I changed lines, it cost me $170. The information on the ticket is incorrect, the license plate of the car I was driving and the year of my second car. .