Simon Borys wrote:
HTA 52(2) Deemed date of service
(2) Notice sent by registered mail under clause (1) (a) or by mail under clause (1) (b) shall be deemed to have been given on the seventh day after the mailing unless the person to whom the notice is sent establishes that he or she did not, acting in good faith, through absence, accident, illness or other cause beyond his or her control, receive the notice. 2000, c. 26, Sched. O, s. 4.
So, if the address is wrong on disclosure - it could show that the MTO sent the letter to the wrong address and therefore, 'acting in good faith' and outside his control, he did not receive the suspension.
This may help with the driving while suspended ticket, but not the insurance.