Ontario seat belt tickets can have a costly impact if allowed to go to conviction. Seat belt law can apply to the driver of the vehicle or a passenger, to an adult or a youth, as well as to a regular driver or a commercial motor vehicle driver. A conviction can result in a court fine, demerit points, CVOR points, and impact your insurance costs.Ticket Defence For Failure To War A Seat Belt

What Types of Failure To Wear A Seat Belt Charges Are There?

The Highway Traffic Act (HTA) deals with seat belt offences under section 106. There are seven main areas of seat belt law:

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