Court Imposed Driving Prohibitions

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A court can impose a driving prohibition for any driving offence.  Most commonly these are for Criminal Code driving offences such as Impaired Driving, Dangerous Driving or the Motor Vehicle Act offence of Driving While Prohibited. The Traffic Ticket Office has some of the most experienced and successful Impaired Driving and other criminal driving defence lawyers in the province.

A single Criminal Code driving offence will cause at least a one year driving prohibition. A second offence will cause a minimum two year driving prohibition by the court and three years from RoadSafetyBC. A third Impaired Driving conviction will cause an indefinite driving prohibition by RoadSafetyBC.

If you are charged with Impaired Driving or any other criminal driving offence, call us immediately to protect your licence.