24-Hour Driving Prohibitions (Drugs and Alcohol)
A notice of 24-hour prohibition is issued under the Motor Vehicle Act. If you have received this document, you are prohibited from driving for 24-hours from the time that the notice is served. Do not drive during the period of your prohibition - driving while prohibited in British Columbia is a serious offence, which carries a statutory minimum penalty of a one-year driving prohibition and a $500 fine.
If you have received a 24-hour driving prohibition and want to dispute it, you must act quickly. You are under a very strict 7-day deadline from the date you received the 24-hour driving prohibition to file for a review. Call us today for a free, confidential consultation to discuss your case.