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The penalties for a careless driving conviction are as follows: 6 Demerit Points. Fine of no less than $200 and no more than $2000. A possible suspension of your driver's licence for a period of no more than 2 years.
After a hearing or trial on a charge of driving without insurance, if you are found guilty, the court can fine you any amount from $300 to $2,000 (instead of the usual $598 fine). The court can prohibit you from driving for a certain time.
Fines ViolationFineFailure to Exercise Due Care$118.75Driver's License Law$93.75Passing a School Bus$113.75Speeding (one - nine mph over speed limit)$108.7510 more rows
If the dimensions or weights are different than is printed on the permit the fines will start at 100$ per occurrence and increase accordingly. Overweight fines start at 115$ and go up 10 Canadian dollars ever 100 kilos in excess weight allowed by the permit.
Violations, points and fines Motor Vehicle Act sectionDescriptionFine24(3)(b)Drive without insurance$59825(15)Drive contrary to restriction (e.g., not wearing corrective lenses)$10933(1)Fail to produce driver's licence or insurance$8173(1)Fail to stop for police$13886 more rows

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Getting caught driving without valid insurance will cost you : First offense fine : A minimum of $2,875 up to $10,000. Failure to pay the fine can result in 45 days to 6 months in jail. Second offense fine : If you are caught again within 5 years of the first offense, you face a minimum fine of $5,000 up to $20,000.
You'll be fined $172.50 and lose three points from your licence if you violate the legislation.
Section 144 of the Act prohibits driving: without due care and attention, without reasonable consideration of others on the highway, and driving on a highway at an excessive speed relative to traffic, visibility, or weather conditions. Although it's not a criminal offence, the minimum punishment is a $100 fine.
In New Brunswick, new drivers begin with only 4 points on their licence and build two additional points each year to a limit of 10 points. That means a newly licenced driver in their first year of driving can lose their licence after only two distracted driving charges.
Penalties for driving without insurance You could receive a fixed penalty of £300 and six penalty points on your licence if you are caught driving a vehicle that you are not insured to drive. If the case goes to court you could get an unlimited fine and be disqualified from driving.

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