Distracted DrivingHolding or using a hand-held device while driving; texting while driving
$400.00 to $1000.00 plus court costs and victim fine surcharge
Impact on Insurance Premiums
Distracted Driving is a serious offence and will remain on your drivers abstract for 3 years. Your insurance provider – whether under residential, commercial or fleet insurance – may have strict stipulations and serious consequences upon conviction.
A novice driver who is convicted of Distracted Driving will receive an automatic 30 day licence suspension for a first occurrence and a whopping 90 day licence suspension for a second. If convicted a third time, a Novice Driver will have their licence cancelled and be removed from the Graduated Licensing system.
Losing your licence may cause problems for your employment or family commitments. If driving is a requirement for your work or personal life, you should carefully review your options with your POINTTS™ representative before you decide what action to take.
About The Offence
No person shall drive a motor vehicle on a highway while holding or using a hand-held wireless communication device or other prescribed device that is capable of receiving or transmitting telephone communications, electronic data, mail or text messages.
Why Fight The Traffic Ticket?
You may have checked a text message while stopped at a red light, or took an important call from work. The consequences of this ticket can be severe and distracted driving is not worth the risk.
What You Should Do If You’ve Been Charged
Contact POINTTS™ for a free, no-obligation consultation as soon as possible to understand your options and get expert advice from a traffic ticket specialist.
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