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    The Demerit Point System

    For every traffic offence, there are ‘demerit points’ associated with it. If you accumulate enough demerit points, you can have your license suspended, or even revoked.

    As well as the Province using the points against you, your car insurance company will use your accumulated points against you as well, sometimes doubling, or tripling your insurance rates.

    Each different offence carries a different demerit point rating, starting from 2 points for a lower offence up to 7 points for failing to remain at the scene of an accident.

    Some of the more common offences and related demerit points

    Prohibited turns
    2 points
    Failing to Signal
    2 points
    Wrong way in one way street or highway
    3 points
    Following too closely
    4 points
    Improper Passing
    3 points
    Failing to obey a stop sign, signal light or railway crossing signal
    3 points
    Speeding: Exceeding speed limit by 16 to 29 km/h
    3 points
    6 points
    Careless driving
    6 points
    Failing to remain at scene of accident
    7 points
    Drive-Handheld Communication Device (cell phones)
    3 points
    *plus for G1 & G2 drivers only, a 30-day license suspension

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