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Driving Without Insurance
Driving Without Insurance carries with it a minimum fine of $5,000, making it one of the more costly driving mistakes you can make. In addition, surcharges of about 25% may be added to this amount, for an additional $1,250. If you submit a fake licence or insurance card upon request by a police officer, the fine for a first offense is a minimum of $5,000 up to a maximum of $25,000. For second or subsequent offenses, fines start at $10,000 and can go as high as $50,000. In addition, your driver's licence may be suspended for up to one year.
The criminal law firm of Ted Yoannou stands ready to defend you against the allegation of Driving Without Insurance. Our team is knowledgeable and experienced in defending Ontario driving related charges, and will examine every aspect of your arrest records to formulate possible grounds for dismissal of your charges.
Automobile insurance companies take the charge of Driving Without Insurance very serious and can deny you automobile insurance in the future. At the very least, if you are convicted of the crime of Driving Without Insurance your insurance premiums will increase significantly and likely, double or triple.
Driving Without Insurance is not a charge to be taken lightly. At Ted Yoannou, our goal will be to seek to have the charges against you dismissed or at the very least reduced, so as to not affect your driver's licence or your ability to obtain affordable automobile insurance.
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