If you disagree with the allegation or the fine amount, you can take certain steps to dispute a traffic ticket within 30 days.
Driver Penalty Points are added to your driving record only when the Courts have convicted you of an offence, or when you plead guilty to one. For this reason, points can not be appealed. Violation tickets and points are kept on your driving record for five years.
By paying a driving or traffic-related provincial violation ticket fine, either partially or fully, you are admitting that you are guilty. If you don’t pay within the 30-day ticket payment period, it is also considered a guilty plea, unless you have registered a dispute.
Once you pay your fine or the 30-day payment period has elapsed, the associated points will be added to your driving record.
If you disagree with the allegation or the fine amount of your violation ticket, you can dispute the ticket. To dispute, you must take certain steps before your fine is due.