I'll take the lumps on that one and say I'm guilty, well at the time I was going through a huge cash crunch and wasn't able to pay it, well I ended up misplacing the ticket and forgot all about it and moved about a month or so afterward. Well I just received a notice at my new address that my license was suspended and I realize it was all because of this ticket I never paid.
I received the ticket in Toronto and now live a fair distance away. How do I go about paying this old ticket so I can go and pay the fee to get my license reinstated? Can I just go to my local city hall where you would normally bring a ticket to and give them my name and current address and my D/L# (I know my D/L# off heart if that helps them as well.) and they can find it and let me pay it that way? What information / I.D. would I need?
I don't know if that is the easiest way, but would certainly get all the info you need when going to both places.
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