Previously, only speeding, seat belt and motorcycle helmet infringements were targeted under the double demerits regime over public holiday periods. Mobile phone offences are now also included. 42 more words
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As of Jan. 1, a new law in Ontario indicates drivers and cyclists must now stop and yield the whole pedestrian crossover until the person is completely off the roadway. 156 more words
WATCH ABOVE: The new law allows police to impound vehicles of those suspected to be high behind the wheel. Catherine McDonald has more.
TORONTO – Ontario unanimously passed legislation Tuesday increasing penalties for drivers who text or use a handheld phone while on the road, and who open their door into the path of a cyclist. 518 more words
MONTREAL – You’re taking a greater risk if you plan to use your phone while behind the wheel. As of April 23, drivers will be docked four demerit points. 319 more words
Since February this year, motorist caught holding and using any sort of mobile devices (tablets included) while driving, will be flouting the law. (Source ST). 388 more words
Lots of buzz today across Ontario as Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca announced a new distracted driving bill in the legislature that will see stiffer penalties and increased fines. 153 more words