Speeding ticket and fail to display two plates ticket

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Speeding ticket and fail to display two plates ticket

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Hi

I got a ticket for speeding, which was reduced from 103, to 75 in a 60 zone - this i have no problem with and i was in the wrong and ill pay.

the second ticket i got tho was for failing to display two number plates - 7 (1) (b) (i)

however i have both licence plates, one placed on the rear mount, and the second on my front dash board - (this is visable) as i do not have a front mounting plate. also the second ticket has my name written incorrectly.

my question is, i want to fight the second one but pay the first, how do i do this..? there are 3 options on the back of the ticket - plea of guilty, plea of guilty - submissions as to penalty, or trial option???

please help and thank you


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Re: Speeding ticket and fail to display two plates ticket

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Reconsniper wrote:however i have both licence plates, one placed on the rear mount, and the second on my front dash board - (this is visable) as i do not have a front mounting plate.
Just for info....plate in windshield does not cut it...

From the HTA on placement of licence plates ...."The number plates for a motor vehicle, shall be attached to and exposed in a conspicuous position on the front and rear of the motor vehicle
Above is merely a suggestion/thought and in no way constitutes legal advice or views of my employer. www.OHTA.ca


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