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True or False? If you are convicted of drinking and driving in Ontario, you must install an ignition interlock breathalyzer in your car for at least one year at a personal cost to you of approximately $1,300. True, the law in Ontario includes a fine of $1,000, a suspension of your licence ...
True or False? It is OK to send an email or text while stopped at a red light. False. In Ontario, this is a chargeable offence under the highway traffic act and is considered a conviction for insurance. This means that you may end up both fined and paying a ...
On average, three to five people die in an alcohol-related traffic accident every day in Canada. This problem is compounded during the holiday season when more drivers are on the roads and alcohol is frequently included in the festivities. Here a few tips on how to stay safe this holiday ...
Since 2009, Ontario has had a ban on talking, texting and emailing while driving. But on Oct. 21, Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca reintroduced a bill to increase the fines given to individuals for committing distracted-driving offenses. If passed, the fine would be raised from the current range of $60 to $500, up to $1,000... <...