Fight Your Ontario Speeding Ticket

Speeding tickets are the ultimate mood wrecker! It’s a nice sunny day, you’re on your way without a care in the world, and then there they are in your rear view mirror, the red and blue flashing lights. Speeding is easy to do—we all do it, and sooner or later we all get pulled over for it! Now what? Fortunately, TRAFFIC STOP® is here to help!

Our Ex-Traffic Cop Defends You
The President of TRAFFIC STOP, Greg Eschweiler, is an ex-Ontario Provincial Police traffic officer who spent his entire career specializing in the OPP Traffic Unit. He used to hand out speeding tickets like the one you're holding right now! Luckily for you, he will defend you with the years of knowledge he has from issuing thousands of speeding tickets on Ontario’s highways and serving as a Certified OPP Radar/Laser Operator.

We are licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada to represent you in Ontario’s courts. If it isn’t Greg handling your defense, it will be one of our ex-police officers who bring many years of similar experience to the courts.

Why waste time with anyone else? Get knowledgeable, experienced help today by submitting our online consultation form or calling us.

Speeding Ticket Penalties: From 0-49km/hr Over the Posted Speed Limit
  • 0-15 km/hr over the limit: fine but no demerit points
  • 16-29 km/hr over the limit: fine + 3 demerit points
  • 30-49 km/hr over the limit: fine + 4 demerit points
  • 50 km/hr over the limit and higher: fine + 6 demerit points

Additional Penalties for a 50 km/hr or Higher Ticket
If you get pulled over and are cited at 50+ km/hr over the limit, the following penalties will occur:
  • Automatic 7 day vehicle impoundment
  • 7 day automatic drivers licence suspension
  • A $2,000 up to $10,000 fine
  • 6 months in jail, with or without above fine
  • Driver’s licence suspension: 1st conviction: up to 2 years. 2nd conviction: not more than 10 years
  • Massive insurance increases

Quick Facts about Speeding & Speeding Tickets in Ontario
Speeding is an absolute liability offence, meaning the prosecution only needs to prove you exceeded the posted speed limit. Once you go over the posted limit, you have breached Section 128 of the Highway Traffic Act of Ontario.

Did you know that only a bus is required to have a working speedometer? No other motor vehicle is “required” to have one, so an excuse like, “Officer, my speedometer is broken!” is out the window.

Contrary to common belief, demerit points aren’t lost when you are convicted of speeding, they are accumulated. Everyone starts out at 0 demerits.