- Take it to court, ill have to show up at a court in Owen Sound, and i think they'll get me a date pretty soon since its a small town, not Toronto.
- Just pay the 300 dollar fine
- or get those paralegal guys to deal with it, probably, 300$ also.
Im depressed, and freaking out over this ticket since my insurance is allredy 350$ one way, partly because its a new car.
If you want to take it to court yourself, the first step is to send in the ticket to fight it, then request disclosure. It's a bit of work but if you want to take on the challenge, it's a possibility. From the disclosure package, you can work on a defence. Check out www.ticketcombat.com and we also have some good threads on preparing for speeding trials (specifically look for neo333's posts).
The only way to make your insurance go down is to get those tickets off your record, and not accumulate any more. It will take time for the tickets to drop off your record (insurance companies look back 3 years for most traffic offences).
Stop getting caught, or stop doing stuff that'll get you tickets..........ttrystru wrote:This will be my 4!! ticket
. Now, what do u guys suggest I do?
http://www.OHTA.ca OR http://www.OntarioTrafficAct.com