Call Us for Motorbike Impaired Driving Charges in Saskatoon
Motorcycles are considered motor vehicles in Saskatchewan and are subject to the same DUI laws as other vehicles . Riding a motorbike with a blood alcohol content (BAC) over the legal limit (.08) could result in being arrested for drinking and driving. The prosecution may make the case that driving a motorcycle while impaired is far more dangerous in case of a DUI accident and demand that you face a more severe consequence. Motorcyclists arrested for a DUI should contact a lawyer immediately.
The experienced motorcycle DUI attorneys at Yarshenko & Heidinger understand what it means to be arrested for a DWI while riding a motorcycle and will work to protect you. Call us today to find out how we can help – 1-306-988-2050.
Information on Riding Your Motorcycle While Impaired in Saskatchewan
Police in Saskatchewan are on the lookout for these warning signs:
- Unsafe lane changes
- Showboating, wheelies, endos
- Improper signaling
- Motorcycle helmet law violation
- Excessive speeding
- Spinning your wheels or peeling out
These are considered simple traffic violations in normal circumstances, but can lead to a police officer investigating you for drinking and driving. Call us if you’ve been arrested for a DWI in Saskatoon.
Call the Experienced Team at Yarshenko & Heidinger today
When you factor in court costs, possible fines and fees, any restitution (for damage to property), and a potential jail term, being charged with, or convicted of, motorcycle impaired driving in Saskatchewan is very serious. You could face a license suspension or even potentially risk having it revoked if you don’t have skilled motorbike drinking and driving lawyers working for you.
These are complicated cases with many factors regarding your arrest. We will make sure that any blood or breath tests were performed legally and work towards having with the hopes that your charges possibly dismissed or decreased. We know DUI laws and we can help. Call Yarshenko & Heidinger today – 1-306-988-2050.