WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU GET CAUGHT DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE IN ONTARIO?
What happens if you get caught driving without a license in Ontario? Assuming you’ve been pulled over by a police officer and that did indeed occur, you can expect to be charged with an offense under Section 32 sub one of the Highway Traffic Act. You will note when you receive a ticket for that offence will have a fine on it and the total fine payable will be $325.
It will also come with it an obvious conviction on your driver’s abstract, often called your driving record. Now that it is a part of your driving record, it is available for your insurance company to find. And it’s quite common to see that an insurance company will make note of that and could quite possibly increase your insurance rate.