Question:   I was speeding I admitt it. However I thought I was about 13km/h over and the opp was travelling in the opposite direction. He turned around and pulled me over. He did not show me any radar and said I was doing a 113 in an 80. Would this be accurate if he was driving as well? How many points is it worth fighting?

Answer:  At 33 km/h over the posted speed limit, your charge falls into the second highest category of speeding charge and carries 4 demerit points upon conviction.  Usually a charge of 33 km/h over the posted speed limit can be decreased to a lesser offence, and in some cases may be thrown out entirely.  To protect your driving record and insurance rates, I would recommend reviewing the details of your case with one of our staff via our toll-free number 1-866-801-8299.  We provide clients with a free initial consultation to evaluate their case.

Greg Currie
Office Manager, London