93.1. The holder of a driver’s licence must, at the intervals prescribed by regulation, pay the Société the fees fixed by regulation, the duties fixed by regulation and revalorized, where applicable, in accordance with section 151.4 of the Automobile Insurance Act (chapter A-25) and the insurance contribution fixed pursuant to section 151 of that Act within the period determined by regulation. If, on the due date, the licence holder has not made the required payments or notified the Société of his intention to pay by pre-authorized debit, he may not, as of the first day following the due date, and without further notice, drive any road vehicle.
The holder of a probationary licence must, before his licence expires, pay the sums referred to in section 69 to obtain his first driver’s licence or advise the Société that he does not intend to apply for a driver’s licence.
The holder of a driver’s licence who, within the period determined by regulation, requests that his licence be cancelled or advises the Société that he does not intend to apply for its renewal is not required to pay the sums referred to in the first paragraph.
A person who has failed to comply with the first or second paragraph and applies to the Société, during the period corresponding to the payment of the sums referred to in the first or second paragraph, for the issue of his first driver’s licence, the renewal of his driver’s licence or authorization to resume driving road vehicles, must pay those sums and the additional fees prescribed by regulation, in accordance with the terms and conditions prescribed by regulation.
1990, c. 83, s. 45; 1993, c. 57, s. 8; 1995, c. 6, s. 7; 2004, c. 34, s. 25; 2008, c. 14, s. 10.