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#1 The demerit point system records drivers who have convicted certain driving related offences in the form of points. The higher the points, the more serious the charge/punishment.

Failing to stay at a collision → 7 points

Failing to stop for a school bus → 6 points

Careless driving → 6 points

Following another car too closely → 4 points

Failing to yield right-of-way → 3 points

Driving the wrong way on a divided road → 3 points

Failing to report a collision to police → 3 points

Driving/operating a vehicle on closed roads → 3 points

Prohibited turns → 2 points

Failing to obey road signs → 2 points

#2 A safety standards certificate is a document that certifies a vehicle’s fitness and whether it meets provincial safety and/or emission standards before buying/selling/transferring vehicles. Tested through emission tests

#3 The legal consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol include immediate penalties like having your license suspended and having to pay a fine. First offence: 3-day licence suspension, $250 penalty. Second offence within 5 years:7-day licence suspension (3-day suspension for commercial drivers),$350 penalty, you must attend a mandatory education program (for a second occurrence within 10 years).Third and subsequent offences within 5 years: 30-day licence suspension (3-day suspension for commercial drivers), $450 penalty, you must attend a mandatory treatment program you will be required to use an ignition interlock device for at least six months, you will need to undergo a mandatory medical evaluation to determine whether you meet the requirements for driving in Ontario.In addition to the penalties above, you will also face a $281 licence reinstatement fee each time your licence is suspended.

#4 There are three types of insurance in Canada. The first type is full-coverage which covers everything. The next type of insurance is third-party which covers you and the other car if you’re in an accident that was not your fault. If you were in an accident that is your fault, it covers the other car but not you. The last type of insurance is fire and theft. It covers damages that your car causes, and damage caused to your car by fire/theft/earthquake. One of the first types are mandatory to drive a car in Canada.



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