Caledon Traffic Ticket
Sturino Walker Legal Services
Serving the Caledon and County of Dufferin Courts
The Caledon Traffic Ticket Court is approximately 44 km northwest of Highway 400 and Highway 401. Free public parking is available on-site. The town of Caledon is a developing urban area but has remained primarily rural. Many residents from Toronto have moved north to Caledon to get out of the busy city lifestyle.
3 Reasons To Fight Your Caledon Traffic Ticket
1. Demerit Points
If you receive too many demerit points, the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) can revoke or suspend your licence. MTO is the governing body that monitors your driving to determine if you should keep your licence. They do this by tracking how many demerit points are added to your driver’s licence.
2. Insurance Rates
No one wants their insurance rate to go up because of a Traffic Ticket. While the ticket is in the court process, it’s held in limbo. This means only you and the officer know about the ticket. Your insurance company is not aware of the ticket, and it is not on your driving record. Your insurance company only finds out about a Traffic Ticket if you are found guilty in court. To keep your insurance rates low, you need to fight the ticket.
3. Licence Suspension
When a Police officer issues you a Traffic Ticket, they may not tell you that the ticket carries a licence suspension. The only way to avoid a licence suspension is to fight the ticket in court. If you are a Class G1 or G2 driver, there are even more licence suspensions you need to be aware of, if convicted of a Traffic Ticket.
Caledon Traffic Ticket Court Information
Phone Number: 905-854-2273
Fax Number: 905-854-2861
Icon Code: 0660
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: Caledon Court Website
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, excluding holidays.
Caledon Traffic Ticket Court Location
6311 Old Church Road, Caledon, ON L7C 1J6
Areas That Report to Caledon Traffic Ticket Court
Bolton Ontario Traffic Ticket
Bolton Ontario is the largest urban centre in Caledon, with a population of approximately 30,001. This area was formally known as Bolton Mills because two brothers, George and James Bolton, built the first water-powered grist (flour) mill here, in 1822. If you receive a Bolton Ontario Traffic Ticket, your matter will be heard in the Caledon Traffic Ticket Court.
FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions About A Caledon Traffic Ticket
Where Do I Pay A Caledon Traffic Ticket?
If you want to pay your Caledon Traffic Ticket or speeding Ticket, you can pay in person at the Caledon Provincial Offences Court located at 6311 Old Church Road, Caledon, ON L7C 1J6, or you can pay your ticket online at paytickets.ca.
How Can I Find My Caledon Traffic Ticket Online?
You will need a copy of your Caledon Traffic Ticket that you received. Once you have the Traffic Ticket, you can obtain the necessary information to find your Ticket online.
You will go to the Provincial Offences Act Online Services website and access their Court Case Lookup. Then you will input the ICON Location, which is in the top left-hand corner of the ticket and the Offence Number, which is in the top right-hand of the ticket. Finally, input the first three (3) characters of your last name and click search.
How Will A Traffic Ticket Affect My Insurance Rates?
Every insurance company is different, but most will let you get away with one minor Traffic Ticket. If you receive multiple Traffic Tickets, you will likely see an increase in your insurance rates if found guilty of the charges. The severity of the Traffic Ticket can have a significant impact on your insurance rates.
Commonly, Traffic Tickets are broken down into two groups, Minor and Severe charges. Minor charges are speeding tickets that carry zero points, while severe charges are Careless Driving or Stunt Driving.
How Will Demerit Points Affect My Driver’s Licence?
Demerit points are used by the Ministry of Transportation Ontario to track your driving record. If you receive too many demerit points, the ministry can send you a warning letter, suspend your licence, or take your licence away permanently.
An in-depth explanation of how demerit points work and how they affect your licence is fully explained in our article, The Demerit Point System.
Sturino Walker Legal Services
Sturino Walker Legal is a Paralegal law firm providing legal services for speeding tickets, careless driving tickets, and traffic tickets in Caledon. At Sturino Walker Legal, we strive to deliver best-in-class legal services to the public at an affordable rate. Our goal is to provide knowledgeable, committed, and passionate representation that meets our client’s needs.
Our Legal Team
Sturino Walker Legal Services is dedicated to providing clients with the personal attention that they deserve. For that reason, the team at Sturino Walker Legal Services is comprised of two licensed and experienced Paralegals, Liam Walker and Maria Sturino. They personally handle each case from beginning to end. For more information, we invite you to Meet The Team.
How We Can Help
We’re your partner in your pursuit of justice. We know that the legal system can be confusing and overwhelming. At Sturino Walker Legal Service, we take the time to explain your legal rights and options. We take care of everything from start-to-finish and are with you every step of the way. We file your traffic ticket, order the officer’s notes (disclosure), attend court on your behalf, handle all correspondence, and any necessary negotiations. We strive to ensure that this process is as stress-free as possible for you.
Where We’re Located
16 Four Seasons Place, Suite 109
Nearest Major Intersection:
Highway 427 and Burnhamthorpe
Monday to Friday – 9:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday – By Appointment Only
Areas of Service
- Richmond Hill
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