The Highway Traffic Act is a section of judicial regulations that covers the operation of motorized vehicles on our roadways both municipally and provincially. The regulations set forth in the Highway Traffic Act aren’t just for highways, but they cover city driving as well. Any charge or infraction is presented in the Ontario Court of Justice as a Provincial Offence.
Here are some examples of Highway Traffic Act infractions:
- Excessive speeds
- Dangerous operation of a motorized vehicle
- Impaired Driving
- Unlicensed operation of a motorized vehicle
- Failure to yield/failure to stop
- Operation of an unregistered motorized vehicle
How can SDG Paralegal help you with Highway Traffic Act infractions?
Highway Traffic Act infractions fall under Provincial Offence and are heard in the Ontario Court of Justice. We can help prepare you for what to expect, explain what your rights are and help better define the charge you’re facing.
Call us to find out more about how we can help you get the answers you need when dealing with Highway Traffic Act infractions in the Ontario Court of Justice.