Fail to Report Accident

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In Ontario, if you are involved in an accident with your vehicle, the law states that you must report the incident if the damage is greater than $1000.00. If the damage is under $1000.00 it is not deemed necessary to report that accident. The issue with not reporting an accident that you believe is under $1000.00 in damages is that it is very difficult to determine the cost of damage at the time of the accident. Colliding with another vehicle alone may not always be the case. Damages to a vehicle and highway property may result also. Therefore, collisions should be reported within 24 hours of the incident to the police.

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Again, it is necessary to report an accident if:

  • The damage in the accident is more than $1000.00
  • Someone is injured
  • There is damage to highway property such as signs, poles, traffic lights, etc.

The penalty for failing to report an accident is:

  • Fine up to $1000.00
  • 3 demerit points
  • Conviction on your driving record for 3 years
  • Insurance rates will dramatically increase

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