Driving Prohibitions

Have you received a Notice of Intent to Prohibit or Notice of Prohibition? You may be grappling with the potential loss of driving privileges. At Alder Law, we comprehend the impact of these prohibitions, which can disrupt work, family transportation, and essential medical appointments.

The Superintendent of Motor Vehicles, under the Motor Vehicle Act, can prohibit driving based on an unsatisfactory record, considering factors like license type, accumulated penalty points, and driving violations. Typically, the process begins with a Notice of Intent to Prohibit, offering the driver options to accept the proposed prohibition or request a review. This allows the driver to challenge, set aside, or reduce the prohibition length based on compassionate grounds.

We have successfully assisted clients to manage such driving prohibitions. If you have received a notice of intent to prohibit, you will have limited time to act. Call us for an initial consultation and let us see how we can help.  

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