Red light Camera question

Djino
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Red light Camera question

by: Djino on
Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:05 pm

Hi
I was caught by a red light camera.
While on the intersection line, the yellow light turned red. The roas was slippery (I was not speeding) and preferred to continue.
I have not received any mail about it yet, but I guess it'll happen
I'd like to know

1) How much would be the fine and how many demerit points ?
2) would it affect my insurance, would it affect my driving record ?
3) Is it advantageous to go to a prosecutor and plead guilty ?

Thanks
D.


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by: Stanton on
Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:40 pm

1) Since the driver cannot be identified with a red light camera ticket, there are no demerit points, just a fine. I believe the fine is $325.
2) No, that would only come into play if you were stopped by the police and identified as the actual driver.
3) Typically they will offer you a reduced fine in exchange for pleading guilty.


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by: Djino on
Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:49 pm

Hi
Thanks for the clarifications. I'd like just to double check one thing:
If I go to a prosecutor and plead guilty (which may result in a reduced fine), that would not affect my driving record nor my insurance, right ?

Thanks


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