Is traffic school offered in Ontario?

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Is traffic school offered in Ontario?

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I've been doing some reading and apparently in some areas (mostly some states, it looks like), the prosecutor has the ability to reduce a speeding ticket to one which does not show on your driving record, in exchange for paying a fine and attending a traffic school course. From what I read, this normally is available only if you have a clean record and this is your first offense. Does anyone know if that's an option in Ontario?


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Nope. No mercy.
What kind of a man would put a known criminal in charge of a major branch of government? Apart from, say, the average voter.


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Ontario wants your money, not better driving skills.


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Plenderzoosh wrote:...provided it's a first offense.
Then I'm screwed! :wink:






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