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Old 07-21-2009, 05:12 PM   #1
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One Speeding ticket with Class 7N = Follows Prohibition?

My ticket: Speeding in municipality 146(1) -- occurred in 2007

It is currently on dispute, but I am wondering if my license will be suspended if I plead guilty with the following conditions:

- I reinstated my license last Christmas from a previous suspension
- Class 7N
- No other accumulated 'points'

As another question, I understand I am on probation, but how long does that last?
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Old 07-21-2009, 10:18 PM   #2
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Probation typically lasts about 2 years.

So yes, you should be suspended.
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Depends on when's the court date. If your court date is after Christmas 2010, you could take the Class 5 road test at that time. If your successfully get your Class 5 before you go to court, you probably will not be prohibited from driving.
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...and if you still do get suspended, at least you come back with a Class 5 instead of a Class 7.
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Good info. I wish I knew this before paying off my ticket the next day. Could have got my class 5 now..
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Good info. I wish I knew this before paying off my ticket the next day. Could have got my class 5 now..
Well, that isn't really taking responsibility for your actions, now is it?
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Well, that isn't really taking responsibility for your actions, now is it?
Perhaps, but if applying for a job which would require a good driving record what would look better:

2 tickets over 3 years?
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2 tickets and a suspension over 3 years?

But I understand what your saying. I actually learn a thing or two and kept in the right lane
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