September 2017
Government Proposing New Tougher Impaired Driving Laws

2017-09-20 2:21:30 PM

The Ministry of Transportation announced new measures this week that would make drug impaired driving laws even tougher. The new measures are designed to toughen Ontario's impaired driving laws ahead of the legalization of recreational cannabis in July of 2018. The new rules would introduce zero tolerance for drivers under the age of 21, commercial drivers,  those with a G1 or G2 license. It would also increase the monetary penalties for all drivers who fail, or refuse to perform, a sobriety test. 

For more: 

Press Release: Ontario Improving Road Safety Ahead of Cannabis Legalization 


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