Inquiry:  I was passing a vehicle on my motorcycle at a two way highway where the speed limit is 80 km/h. The passage was made where is permited, doted line. When i got back in the lane the car in front of me was an unmarked opp and it clocked me at 139 km/h. I got charged with stunt driving. I had recently changed my last name on my drivers licence so i handed to him both my old drivers licence card and the new temporary drivers licence permit. The new licence carries a completely diferent number starting with a diferent letter. On the notice of impoundment the officer wrote my new drivers licence number, however on the actual part 3 summons he used my old drivers licence number while using the name stated on the new drivers licence. Is this a crutial error?

Response:  Stunt Driving charges carry very severe penalties including 6 demerit points on your driver’s licence, a total maximum fine of $12,500.00, up to 2 years of licence suspension on a first offence, and up to 6 months imprisonment.  While we can look into the driver’s licence number issue, I don’t believe that it will be a critical error.  If you would like to have us contest the charge and penalties on your behalf, we offer a no-cost initial review of cases via our toll-free number 1-866-801-8299.

Greg Currie
Office Manager (London)