Manitoba DL will be suspended, can I drive in ON with ON DL

JuniorPilot
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Manitoba DL will be suspended, can I drive in ON with ON DL

Unread post by JuniorPilot on

Quite an interesting scenario...

I was fighting a few tickets in MB courts and for the most part it was successful. I had to plead guilty to driving while disqualified. anyway for the time being my MB DL is not suspended. I can currently working in Ontario and I need a vehicle to get around. I've been told that I can apply right now for a ON DL before my suspension is actually put on the books. I could then drive in ON but not in MB while the suspension is ongoing. The suspension would probably would only be for 3-6 months at which point I could re apply for a MB license. Does anyone have any input in this or experiences? I was not charged under the criminal code but the Manitoba Highway Traffic Act.

I appreciate any advice.

Thank you


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Unread post by paul1913 on

It would work, just that you would start at the bottom with a G1 class license and have to work your way up through the graduates license system. You would be bound by all the driving conditions of a g1 licence, ( be accompanied by qualified driver, no driving on 400' series hwy, and so on)...:


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Unread post by ynotp on

I was under the impression that across Canada and the USA and a few select other countries that you can exchange your license for a full equivalent.

http://www.ontario.ca/driving-and-roads ... rs-licence

As for your plan I'm not sure it about MB but be careful your suspension may be deemed to start from the date you surrender your licence to the ministry. Have you explored the possibility of asking the JP for special exemption to allow you to drive for work only?






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