How can I reduce my demerits?
Demerit Reduction Defensive Driving – Online
- Register for the Proactive Defensive Driving Course.
- Score 80% or higher on your course exam.
- Visit a registry in Alberta with your course certificate to have your demerits removed.
Can I still drive with 24 demerit points?
Non-Probationary Motorists. For a motorist who has no previous suspension record with Traffic Police, if he has accumulated 24 or more demerit points within 24 consecutive months, his driving licence will become liable for the 1st suspension of 12 weeks.
Do demerits points go away?
Demerit points will begin to accumulate on your licence from the date of conviction and will remain on your driving record for 2 years from the date of conviction.
How long does it take to get demerits back?
Demerit Points Last For A 3-Year Period From The Date Of The Offence. Once you’ve received a traffic infringement notice for your offence, you’ll have demerit points added to your licence. These points will only disappear 3 years after the date of your offence.
Does defensive driving course remove points?
A defensive driving course applies only to the points for such an offense but does not remove the conviction nor all of its consequences. For example, a third speeding ticket within 18 months would remain and that motorist would receive a minimum six-month revocation.
Can you still drive with 0 demerit points?
Zero point still can drive. If the driver accumulates 13 or more demerit points within a period of 12 months, the license will be revoked. So basically, if your points go negative then you kiss your license good bye.
Can I still drive with 12 points?
The short answer is, if you amount 12 penalty points or more on your driving licence within a three year period, you will be known as a “totter” and banned from driving for a minimum period of six months.
What happens if I get 24 demerit points?
DIPS Re-Training Course is for motorist who accumulated 24 or more demerit points within 24 months. The holder’s licence is liable to be suspended.