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Got a Speeding Ticket?

Speeding is easy to do, sooner or later many of us get pulled over for it. Now what? Fortunately, TRAFFIC STOP® is here to help!


The President of TRAFFIC STOP® Greg Eschweiler, is an Ex Cambridge O.P.P Traffic Cop who spent 13 years specializing on the O.P.P. 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 gained from issuing thousands of speeding tickets on Ontario’s highways. Greg understands the police and prosecutor jobs as he was on that side of the court for 13 years. Now, he's on the other side of the court defending his clients successfully for the last 21 years.


We're licensed by the Law Society of Ontario to represent you in Ontario courts. We're ready to help you, and exceed your expectations. We're 21 years strong and winners year after year of the top Canadian Consumer Choice Award. Get knowledgeable, experienced help today by submitting our online consultation form or calling us.


Speeding Penalties: 

  • 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 (G1,G2,M1& M2 is a 30 day novice driver suspension upon conviction)

  • 50 km/hr over the limit and higher: Arrested for Stunt and or Speeding and or Careless Driving to name a few. Minimum $2,000 fine + 6 demerit points (G1,G2,M1& M2 is a 30 day novice driver suspension upon conviction, plus court ordered penalties) 


Additional Penalties for a 50 km/hr or Higher Ticket

If you get charged at 50+ km/hr over the limit, the following penalties ensue:

  • Stunt Driving information, click here

  • You're issued a Summons to appear in court. If you fail to appear in court a warrant for your arrest can be issued

  • Automatic 7 day vehicle impoundment

  • Automatic 7 day drivers licence suspension

  • Minimum fine of $2,000 up to $10,000 

  • Up to 6 months in jail, with or without the above fine

  • Drivers licence suspension for a 1st conviction up to 2 years 

  • Drivers licence suspension for a 2nd conviction not more than 10 years

  • Massive insurance increases IF you can even get insurance


Contrary to common belief, demerit points aren’t "lost" when you are convicted of speeding, they are "accumulated". Everyone starts out at 0 demerits. For what ever reason here in Canada people say "How many points do I lose" when in fact you're "accumulating them"

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