Where can the Book “Fight Your Tickets: A Comprehensive Guide to Traffic Tickets” be found?

The Book “Fight Your Tickets: A Comprehensive Guide to Traffic Tickets” was originally released in the form of an eBook. There were numerous people who said that in additon to eBook, they would like to have a physical hardcopy book. Others stated that they didn’t appreciate eBooks and wanted to only have the hardcopy book.

In response to the demand for hardcopy book versions of “Fight Your Tickets: A Comprehensive Guide to Traffic Tickets”, Fight Your Tickets can now be picked up at the following locations:

World’s Biggest Book Store

20 Edward Street,
Toronto, Ontario
M5G 1C9 Canada
(416) 977-7009

Store Hours:

Sunday ——–11:00am to 8:00pm
Monday——–9:00am to 10:00pm
Tuesday——–9:00am to 10:00pm
Wednesday—-9:00am to 10:00pm
Thursday——-9:00am to 10:00pm
Friday———–9:00am to 10:00pm
Saturday——–9:00am to 10:00pm

See location, press link

Travelling to the World’s Biggest Book Store:

T.T.C – go to Dundas Street subway stop (on the Yonge Line) and once off, walk up to Yonge Street and walk up (north) on Yonge Street for about 30 seconds. Edward Street is located just north of Dundas St. & Yonge St. on the west side of Yonge St. 20 Edward Street is huge red building and cannot missed or mistaken for another store.


Exit the Dundas St. subway and walk towards the Atrium on Bay. Once in the Atrium on Bay building, travel up the escalator and walk west towards the Post Office. There are exit doors within the Atrium on Bay to Edward Street. Once out the doors onto Edward Street, walk across the street and there stands the large red building on street level “World’s Biggest Book Store”

By Motor Vehicle:

Drive onto the street, but make sure you are legally parked on Edward Street at the “P” parking on the southside of Edward Street. There is no legal street parking for vehicles on the north side of Edward Street and you will receive a parking ticket, as the parking enforcement officers aggressively ticket motorists. If you want to shop and stay awhile, there is underground parking located in the Atrium on Bay, which can be accessed from the Edward Street entrance/exit. When you come out of the parking lot, you will be in the Atrium on Bay and can access Edward Street from the second (2nd) floor of the Atrium on Bay beside the Post Office.

Where is the book, “Fight Your Tickets: A Comprehensive Guide to Traffic Tickets” located within the World’s Biggest Book Store?

Go through the entrance located at 20 Edward Street. As you walk in, you’ll notice an escalator travelling up to the second (2nd) floor. Take the escalator up and upon reaching the second (2nd) floor and walking off of the escalator, turn right and right again, and walk towards the SCIENCE/NATURE sign. Keep walking and against the wall you will see an automotive section. Beside the automotive section, is a section called “Legal Reference”. Go to the legal reference section and you will find the book on the middle shelf.

Upon locating the book and picking it up, you can then proceed to the escalator travelling down to the first floor. Turn left and left again and walk towards the cashiers (and there are several) at the front of the store.

The book retails for less than the price of a ticket, at twenty four ninety five ($24.95).

If you have any problems finding your way in the store, there are courteous staff always looking to assist you.

Federal Publications Inc.

425 University Avenue
Suite 401 – 4th floor
Toronto, ON M5G 1T6
Get Directions
(416) 860-1611
Store Hours:

9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m – Monday to Friday

Travelling to Federal Publications Inc.:

T.T.C– Get off at St. Patrick on the University/Spadina Line at the southeast corner of University Avenue and Dundas Street West. Walk south on east side University Ave, just south of Dundas Street and it is the second building on your left. 425 University Avenue. Once in the building, press the up button on the elevator and once inside press 4. When you exit on the 4th floor, you will see Federal Publications directly in front of you (suite 401) and walk inside. Turn to your left and you’ll see shelves of different books. Walk towards the law section and adjacent to it is shelving with Wills & Probates and Do-It-Yourself Forms. Fight Your Tickets: A Comprehensive Guide to Traffic Tickets is just above that section.

The staff inside are friendly and knowledgeable and will assist you. Federal Publications is celebrating its 25th year and I have enjoyed this store for 21 of its’ 25 years.


By Motor Vehicle

You can drive to the University and Dundas Street location and look for parking. Many people just park at the City Hall Parking found under Nathan Phillips Square and walk up. Beneath Nathan Phillips Square is one of the world’s largest underground parking garages, with space for 2,400 motor vehicles to park.

If you can’t travel to the bookstore, you can order this Book from Federal Publications:

Find an item
Order online
Order by phone
Order by fax
Order by mail

Take a look at “Fight Your Tickets: A Comprehensive Guide to Traffic Tickets” at Federal Publications.

See a review of  Federal Publications Inc.

In Montreal, Quebec:

Located in beautiful Old Montreal, close to the Palais de justiceWilson & Lafleur has been operating since 1909.

Wilson & Lafleur Ltée
40, Rue Notre-Dame Est
Montreal, QC H2Y 1B9
(514) 875-6326
Closet Subway Station: Station Place-d’Armes

Days and Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm

If You Want to Order it Online:

If you want to order the hard copy version of this book and have it mailed to you, the book can be ordered online from: Amazon.com or LuLu.com

It's only fair to share...
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterGoogle+Pin on Pinterestshare on TumblrShare on LinkedInShare on RedditEmail to someone


  1. Hi! Someone in my Facebook group shared this website with us so I came to check it out. I’m definitely loving the information. I’m book-marking and will be tweeting this to my followers!

    Superb blog and outstanding design.

  2. Hi! I simply want to give yoou a big thumbs up for the excellent innfo you have right here on this post.

    I am coming bback to your website for more soon.

  3. I bought your book and I was pleasantly surprised. I shared it with my friend and we felt like we were taking a free law course that could be used in our favor in the courtroom. Court doesn’t seem so large or intimidating and we want to thank you for all of your fascinating work and hard work. Your book is in a league of it’s own. As much as I have looked, there is nothing else out there that compares.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.