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Learn how to file an appeal if you believe your business assessment should not be affected by an at-fault accident.
Learn how to file an appeal if you have been affected by a decision made under the Driver Improvement Program.
Learn how to file an appeal if you have been affected by a decision regarding the misuse of identification.
Learn how to file an appeal if you have been affected by a decision made under the Graduated Driver's Licensing Program.
Learn about the types of appeals related to the Ignition Interlock Program, and how to file one if you qualify.
Learn how to file an appeal if you have been affected by a decision made by the Medical Review Unit.
Learn whether you qualify for a restricted licence, and how to file an appeal to request one.
Learn how to file an appeal if you have been issued an immediate roadside licence suspension.
Learn how to file an appeal if you believe your safety rating should not be affected by an at-fault accident.
Learn about vehicle impoundments, who can file an appeal and how to file one.
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