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Criminal Driving offcenses

Driving without insurance:
It is illegal to drive a motor vehicle that is not properly insured. The law requires every motor vehicle to be insured with at least the third party liability coverage.

Insurance firms in Ontario categorize convictions on ones record as Major and Minor offences.

Major offences include all criminal driving offences
  • Impaired Driving,
  • Following Highway Traffic Act offences
  • Failure to remain at the Scene of a collision and failing to report it
  • Fail to Stop for Police
  • Careless Driving
  • Fail to Stop for a School Bus
  • Racing, Speeding over 50 km/h
  • Driving While under Suspension
  • G1 or G2 Drivers licence conditions offences
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