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Ontario Seat Belt Ticket
The Ontario Seat Belt Ticket issued under the Highway Traffic Act was designed to prevent serious injury or death to Drivers. There are many reasons why you may have been issued a seat belt ticket will driving in Ontario. No Seat Belt Ticket in Ontario, is unbeatable. Our Traffic Ticket Defenders will assess your individual situation, have the Seat Belt Ticket charge withdrawn or at the very minimum, remove Demerit Points and reduce the fine. Seat Belt Tickets in Ontario will be won by NPTT Legal Services.
A conviction of a Seat Belt Ticket in Ontario, will contribute to you paying a higher insurance rate. It will also result in the assessment of Demerit Points against your Driving Record.
Here's what you need to know:
Seat Belt Ticket Ontario Law and Drivers
HTA s. 106(1)
No Person shall drive on a highway a motor vehicle in which a seat belt assembly required under the Motor Vehicle Safety Act (Canada) at the time that the vehicle was manufactured or imported into Canada has been removed, rendered partly or wholly inoperative, modified so as to reduce its effectiveness or is not operating properly through lack of maintenance.
Seat Belt Ticket Ontario Law and Passengers
HTA s. 106(3)
Every person who is at least 16 years old and is a passenger in a motor vehicle on a highway shall,
a) occupy a seating position for which a seat belt assembly has been provided;
b) wear the complete seat belt assembly as required by subsection (5)
Seat Belt Ticket Ontario Law and Young Children
NPTT Legal Services will assist you with in situations where your young child or passenger has un-fastened their seat-belts without the Driver's knowledge.
HTA s. 106(4)
Driver to ensure young passenger uses seat belt assembly - No person shall drive on a highway a motor vehicle in which there is a passenger who is under 16 years old unless, a) that passenger, (i)occupies a seating position for which a seat belt assembly has been provided, and (ii) is wearing the complete seat belt assembly as required by subsection (5); or b) that passenger is required by the regulation to be secured by a child seating system or child restraint system, and is so secured.
The Ontario Seat-Belt Ticket Penalty
• 2 Demerit Points
• $200 + Government imposed Surcharge