A-25, r. 3 - Regulation respecting insurance contributions

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36. An amount is subtracted under the terms of the second and third paragraphs below from the insurance contribution payable by a person for the issuance of a restricted driver’s licence under section 76 of the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) if that person did not request the refund of part of the insurance contribution paid for the preceding licence although entitled to do so.
Where the preceding licence was a probationary licence, the insurance contribution calculated under the second paragraph of section 34 is subtracted from the amount calculated under section 35.
Where the preceding licence was a driver’s licence, the amount subtracted from that calculated according to section 35 is the insurance contributions paid for the number of months, excluding parts of months, between the date of the revocation of the driver’s licence and the payment due date of the amounts specified in the first paragraph of section 93.1 of the Highway Safety Code that would be payable if the licence had not been revoked.
This section does not apply when a period of more than 3 years has elapsed between revocation of a preceding probationary licence and issue of a restricted licence.
Decision 2007-03-28, s. 36.