A-25, r. 3.1 - Regulation respecting insurance contributions

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12. For the issue of a driver’s licence bearing one or more of classes 1 to 5 and not bearing motorcycle classes, the insurance contribution payable is the product obtained by multiplying the monthly insurance contribution set under the second paragraph by the number of months, including parts of months, less 1, during which the holder is authorized to drive.
The monthly insurance contribution is the quotient obtained by dividing by 12 the annual insurance contribution provided for in paragraph 1 of section 11, based on the year of licence issue, the licence classes and the total number of demerit points entered on the applicant’s record over a period of 2 years determined as follows:
(1)  to find the date of the end of the period, 15 months and one day are subtracted from the expiry date of the period during which the holder is authorized to drive;
(2)  to find the date of the beginning of the period, 24 months are subtracted from the date of the end of the period obtained pursuant to subparagraph 1.
Decision 2012-01-05, s. 12.