If you receive a Notice of Intent to Prohibit you from driving from the Ministry of Justice RoadSafetyBC, you have only 21 days from the date of the Notice to put together your submission package. Call now for a free consultation. We deal with RoadSafetyBC prohibition letters. We know how to protect your drivers license. Read some of our Notice of Intent to Prohibit Case Results below.
Re: 4-Month RoadSafetyBC Driving Prohibition (Client 2549)
Lawyer: Paul Doroshenko
Client received a Notice of Intent to Prohibit indicating that the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles was to prohibit the client from driving for 4 months.
The client was issued a 24-hour prohibition and a ticket for driving without due care and attention. The client was placed on probation, but the probation letter never arrived in the mail. Client then got two speeding tickets and was sent a Notice of Intent to prohibit from driving for 4 months.
“Client did not know he was on probation. The Violation Ticket for driving without due care and attention should never have been issued. Client required his vehicle for work and to support his family. He completed an online safe driving course. The threat of the prohibition was enough to convince the client to drive more safely in the future.”
CASE RESULTS: PROHIBITION LIFTED
“I have reviewed your driving record and your legal counsel’s submission. I am satisfied that you have had time to assess your poor driving behavior, and I am remitting your prohibition effective this date.” PROHIBITION CANCELLED