We Fight All Traffic Tickets
At POINTTS™ Winnipeg, we provide our clients with the best defence for all traffic tickets. Avoid hefty fines, demerit points, licence suspension and increased insurance premiums
Speeding• The injuries sustained from a 50 km/h crash would be roughly equivalent to what you might feel if you fell from a three-storey building.
• At 75 km/h, those injuries would be equal to a fall from a seven-storey building.
• At 100 km/h, the damage would be the same as falling from 12 stories.
Current rules allow Manitoba families to register vehicles under the name of the member with the most merits on their driver’s licence — even if that’s not the vehicle’s main driver — which can save families on insurance rates.
In Manitoba, using a hand-operated electronic device (HOED) while driving has been prohibited since July 2010 under the Highway Traffic Act. The fine for use of a HOED while driving is $203.00.
Effective July 1, 2015, a driver drops five levels on the Driver Safety Rating (DSR) Scale for each HOED offence under the Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Act (Driver Safety Rating Regulation).