2 so far, one from photo radar, little prick camping out behind a sharp corner, I was doing 60 klm\hr rather than the posted 30 klm\hr, 30 might have been ok 15 years ago but in todays cars 30 kph feels like 5 mph, the other one was thru the mountains doing 120 kph in a 90. $177.00 cad for that one.
well.......1 ticket for the tint...fix it .......and 1 for no plates......and would of had one more but girls come in handy.....got saved beause of sexy friend sitting in passenger seat with pretty much nothing on.... :klavergreg:.....oh i would of got a speeding ticket for 105 mph(actually 115 top speed)....in a 65......thank the lord for pervert cops.....and for slow nissan altimas with 3.5 v6's..that get smoked by this fusion......
You would be correct in that there are no points for tint (cannot speak for every jurisdiction, but most follow the same guidelines). Points are usually for moving violations such as (higher) speeding, improper turns, blowing stop signs, no seatbelt etc. I personnally have never given a tint ticket (yup, I'm a cop). The wording up here (Ontario) merely states that the "window to the left or right of the driver...must not be coated with spray or other coloured or reflective material that substantially obscures the interior of the motor vehicle when viewed from outside the motor vehicle" s.73(3) Highway traffic act (Ontario). This is, of course, for officer safety purposes. That being said, points, in general , are for the purposes of tracking bad drivers. Accumulations result in license suspensions. As for insurance, all they care about is the number of tickets you get. It does not matter what for, get multiple tickets, up go the rates.....Drive Safe!!
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