Question On 175 (11) Changed To 175 (19) In Early Resolution Meeting

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Question On 175 (11) Changed To 175 (19) In Early Resolution Meeting

by: Shades268 on
Mon Feb 04, 2019 11:24 am

Hi all,


In November I passed a school bus and got hit with 175 (11). I went into an early resolution meeting with a prosecutor today and had my charge changed to 175 (19). They told me that this means I no longer have demerit points for the offence, but it is still a conviction. My question is, will this show up on my driver's abstract for my insurance company when it's time to renew? Google is giving me a few different answers.


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by: bend on
Mon Feb 04, 2019 11:47 am

Shades268 wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 11:24 am

My question is, will this show up on my driver's abstract for my insurance company when it's time to renew?


Nope. That is the charge they give someone when they have a plate number but no idea who is driving the vehicle. The ticket then goes to the owner of the plate, like a parking ticket does. When you don't pay, you can't renew your plate stickers.

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