- Graduated Driver Licence (GDL) program
- Demerit points
- Maintenance Enforcement
- Medical disqualification
The type and length of a suspension are different depending on the type of suspension you get.
Graduated Driver Licence (GDL) program
- You are in the GDL program; and
- you have 7 or more demerit points due to traffic violations; or
- you are suspended due to a breach of the zero tolerance to drugs or alcohol rule; or
- the Driver Control Board has determined you are not able to keep a decent driving record.
- You must meet with the Registrar of Motor Vehicles to discuss your driving privilege.
- Up to 6 months suspension length.
- Traffic tickets result in fines and demerit points for licence holders.
- Graduated Driver Licence drivers will be suspended if they receive 7 demerit points or more.
- All other licence holders will be suspended if they receive 15 demerit points or more.
- First offence: 1 month.
- Second offence within 1 year: 3 months.
- 3 or more demerit point suspensions within a 2-year period: 6 months.
Your licence may be suspended if you don't follow a Maintenance Enforcement order to pay child or spousal support. Maintenance Enforcement (ME) is a service that enforces court orders or court-filed agreements
The length of your suspension will be determined based on how long it takes you to work with the ME program to meet the required financial obligations.
You fail to meet a requirement under the Motor Vehicle Act in order to be able to drive legally.
Once you meet your obligation, the suspension will be over.
If you are deemed medically unfit to safely drive, your licence may become suspended.
This will be determined by a doctor or the medical standards in Yukon’s Motor Vehicle Act.
For questions about suspensions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 867-667-5315.