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Driving Without Insurance: Penalties and Legal Assistance | RRM Law

Driving a Car Without Having an Insurance?

It's critical that you get legal counsel right away if you're being charged for driving without insurance. During your free consultation, our team of skilled paralegals at RRM Law will answer all of your questions and offer advice.

It is against the law for any owner of a vehicle to drive their car without having insurance. Even while monthly charges might appear expensive, driving without insurance has far more financial consequences.

Driving a car without insurance is punishable by harsh laws and is seen as a serious infraction. We'll take the time to answer your questions, outline your legal alternatives, and help you through the court system.

Penalties for Driving Without Insurance

If convicted of driving without insurance, the penalties are as follows:

- First conviction: Minimum $5,000 fine plus a 25% surcharge, totaling $6,250.

- Second conviction: Minimum $10,000 fine plus a 25% surcharge, totaling $12,500.

- Additionally, you may face a potential driver’s license suspension for up to one year.

How RRM Law Can Assist You?

The Law Society of Ontario has granted licenses to RRM Law's paralegals to practice law, guaranteeing that our customers will be well-represented, private, and discreet.

We carefully investigate your case, gathering and going over the police officer's notes and any disclosed evidence beforehand. This all-encompassing strategy guarantees a strong and capable defense when defending you in court.

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