Proper procedure for license reinstatement

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Proper procedure for license reinstatement

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I had gotten a ticket and had my license suspended for driving with a BAC above zero, with a G2. I am now nearing the end of my suspension which ends on monday the 19th. I am unaware of what the proper procedure is for having my license reinstated. Will I be able on the twentieth to go to my nearest service canada office and pay the $150 fee to have my license reinstated or am I waiting on a letter in the mail that will tell me to do so? Any help is appreciated, thank you.

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Unread post by Radar Identified on

Service Canada does not handle driver licences. Start by calling MTO and see where you can go to pay the reinstatement fee (might be DriveTest but I don't know for sure).
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If your licence was suspended for BAC above zero for young or graduated licence holders then its only a 24 hour suspension. You licence will be taken to the police station where the officer stopped you works out of and 24 hours later you pick it up. There is no record with the MTO.

If your licence was suspended for a WARN range then the period of suspension is 3, 7 or 30 days. Your licence gets sent back to the MTO and you go get a new one when the suspension period is up. There is also a $150 reinstatement fee.


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HTA128 wrote:If your licence was suspended for BAC above zero for young or graduated licence holders then its only a 24 hour suspension. You licence will be taken to the police station where the officer stopped you works out of and 24 hours later you pick it up. There is no record with the MTO.

If your licence was suspended for a WARN range then the period of suspension is 3, 7 or 30 days. Your licence gets sent back to the MTO and you go get a new one when the suspension period is up. There is also a $150 reinstatement fee.
don't think any of the above has anything to do with this post...the OP was already convicted of a G2 licence condition contravention and was suspended automatically for 30 days is what I read




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