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Demerit Points

Provisions for Offences # of Demerit Points Description of Offence
Section 200 of the Highway Traffic Act 7 Failing to remain at scene of accident
Section 130 of the Highway Traffic Act 6 Careless Driving
Section 172 of the Highway Traffic Act 6 Racing
Section 128 of the Highway Traffic Act 6 Exceeding speed limit by 50 km/h or more
Section 128 of the Highway Traffic Act 4 Exceeding speed limit by 30 to 49 km/h
Section 128 of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Exceeding speed limit by 16 to 29 km/h
Section 174 of the Highway Traffic Act 5 Driver of bus to stop at railway crossings
Section 164 of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Driving through, around or under railway crossing barrier
Subsection 135 (2) and (3), clause 136 (2), subsection 138 (1), subsection 141 (4) and subsection 144 (7),(8) and (21) of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Failing to yield right of way
Clause 136 (1) (a), subsections 144 (14)to (18) and (21) 146 (3)(4) and section 163 of the Highway Traffic Act, any municipal by-law requiring a driver to stop for a stop sign or signal light, and the National Capital Commission Traffic and Property Regulations CRC 1978, c. 1044 made under the National Capital Act (Canada) requiring a driver to stop for a stop sign 3 Failing to obey a stop sign, signal light or railway crossing signal
Subsection 134 (1) of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Failing to obey directions of police constable
Subsection 134 (3) of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Driving or operating a vehicle on a closed highway
Section 199 of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Failing to report an accident
Subsection 148 (8), sections 149, 150 and 166 of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Improper Passing
Section 154 of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Improper driving where highway divided into lanes
Subsections 175 (11) and (12) of the Highway Traffic Act 6 Failing to stop for a school bus
Section 158 of the Highway Traffic Act 4 Following too closely
Section 160 of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Crowding drivers seat
Section 156 (1) (a) of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Drive wrong way – divided highway
Subsection 156 (1) (b) of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Cross divided highway – no proper crossing provided
Section 153 of the Highway Traffic Act 3 Wrong way in one way street or highway
Subsection 157 (1) of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Backing on Highway
Revised section for January 1994 2 Seatbelt
Subsections 160 (1), (2) and (3) of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Pedestrian crossover
Subsections 148 (1), (2), (4), (5), (6) and (7) of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Failure to share road
Subsections 141 (2), and (3), of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Improper right turn
Subsections 141 (6), and (7) of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Improper left turn
Subsections 142 (1), (2), and (8) of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Failing to Signal
Section 132 of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Unnecessary slow driving
Section 168 of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Failing to lower headlamp beam
Section 165 of Highway Traffic Act 2 Improper opening of a vehicle door
Section 143 and subsection 144 (9) of the Highway Traffic Act and any by-law prohibiting turns 2 Prohibited turns
Section 160 of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Towing of persons on toboggans, bicycles, skis, etc., prohibited
Section 182 (2) of the Highway Traffic Act 2 Failing to obey signs prescribed by regulation under section 182 (1)

Demerit points remain on your driving record for two years from date of the conviction.

    Demerit Point Suspension

    Fully Licensed Drivers (G)
    At 15 points, your licence will be suspended for 30 days from the date you hand over your licence to the Ministry of Transportation. You can lose your licence for up to two years if you fail to hand over your licence. After the suspension, the number of points on your driver's licence will be reduced to seven. Any extra points could again bring you to the interview level. If you reach 15 points again, your licence will be suspended for six months.

    Graduated Licensing (G2)
    As a Level One or Level Two driver, your licence will be suspended if you collect nine or more points during a two-year period. At nine points your licence will be suspended for 60 days. After the suspension, the number of points on your record will be reduced to four. Any extra points could again bring you to the interview level. If you reach nine points again, your licence will be suspended for six months.
    No Demerit Points are deducted for Driving with No Insurance, making a false statement, Without a Licence or While Suspended. But, these charges carry heavy fines and a further Suspension of your licence.

    For further information contact the nearest Ministry of Transportation Driver Examination Centre.
    Source: Highway Traffic Act and various websites*

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