Driving While Suspended (Unaware - non payment of fines)

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Driving While Suspended (Unaware - non payment of fines)

by: soop on
Tue Jun 12, 2012 12:08 pm

Good day,

This morning while commuting to work, I was handed a fine for driving while suspended. I was ticketed for failing to yield and the officer informed me my license was suspended and asked me if I was aware of this. I promptly responded "no"

Now he has siezed my license and told me I will have to go to court. I will be paying my fines immediately tomorrow, what I'm curious is once payment is made, will my license be able to be reinstated?

I commute approx 100km to work every day and need to be able to drive! Any help is appreciated.


Thanks,


Matthew
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by: Simon Borys on
Tue Jun 12, 2012 4:37 pm

Just remember that after your fines are paid off you are not licenced again, you are just not suspended. You still have to pay the $150 reinstatement fee at the Driver's Licencing office.
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by: soop on
Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:27 pm

Simon Borys wrote:Just remember that after your fines are paid off you are not licenced again, you are just not suspended. You still have to pay the $150 reinstatement fee at the Driver's Licencing office.

So I pay my fines, my reinstatement and Im good to go! Fantastic

Thanks so much.

Now how do I beat the driving while suspended? ;)




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by: Simon Borys on
Thu Jun 14, 2012 4:03 pm

soop wrote:So I pay my fines, my reinstatement and Im good to go! Fantastic

Thanks so much.
No, I'm not saying you're good to go. There may be other problems than just a suspension due to unpaid fines. I'm just saying that when you get your suspensions cleared up (whether they are due to unpaid fines or other), then you still have to remember to attend the Driver's Licencing Office and pay the reinstatement fee.
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