Speeding ticket and demerit point



Hello,

I live in Toronto, Ontario.

In August 2012, I received a speeding ticket in Laval, Quebec.
The ticket says I was going 78 km/h in a 50 km/h zone; however, I was following the flow of traffic.

I have now received my court date and would like to take action.
I don’t mind paying the fines; I just don’t want the demerit points on my licence.
I don’t want this ticket to affect my insurance rates.

I should also mention that the officer did not speak one word of English.
I repeatedly told her that I don’t understand French and she kept speaking French.

Please advise.
What should I do next?
How can I get the points removed from my licence?

Hope to hear from you soon.
Thank you.


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2 Responses to “Speeding ticket and demerit point”

  1. Vartan Says:

    Tank you.

  2. sebastien m Says:

    the way to have your points removed is to win and be aware even if they say you will not have any points it’s not up to them

    because ontario will be advise of that judgement and THEY will adjust point according to it

    but better have a better defence than i was following traffic

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