Every person who drives a motor vehicle or street car on a highway while his or her driver’s licence is suspended is guilty of an offence and on conviction is liable for a driving under suspension charge. For a first offence, the driver can receive a driving under suspension charge of no less than $1000 and no more than $5000. For each subsequent offence, the driver is liable to a charge of no less than $2000 and no more than $5000 or to imprisonment for a term of no more than six months.
Driving Under Suspension Charges Pricing
|Drive Suspend||$600 – $1200|
*Costs can be affected if alcohol, drugs or injuries are involved. All fees are plus the applicable tax. Fees subject to change depending on court location and severity of circumstances. No personal checks accepted.