First, let me say that, yes, as a younger man I was very stupid and made a lot of mistakes which I am now trying to attain
Basically, I have 3 outstanding fines in 3 seperate cities, Cambridge, Waterloo and Toronto, totalling approx $5000. The fines are for driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance, and using plates not authorized for the car. All of this happened between 2003 and 2006.
My license is suspended until I pay the $5000, as well as the reinstatement fee's. I am now in a position where I can not continue working and providing for my family without being able to drive. I have some money for the fines, but can't pay it all - is there any way to pay over a period of a year, but get my license before it is fully paid? I have been without a license for almost 5 years now and am trying to get my life back together. Any help that can be given will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Oh and it was not a mistake it was a choice you made. A mistake is turning left instead of right.
To get the time extension you have to show that you made an effort to pay but can not finish paying within the allotted time.
If you haven't paid anything is more difficult to get the extension, however, take the money you have and divide it by the number of fines, go to the POA office and make an initial, or a partial payment to each one of the fines. When talking to the justice of the peace, show your receipts and mentioned you need your license for work.
As soon as you get the time extensions for all of them you may pay the reinstatement fee ($150) and get your license back. Actually it takes about 4 to 6 days for the extensions to be in the system.
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