Ontario Adopts Zero Tolerance Policy on Stoned Driving
Driving stoned in at least one part of Canada is about to become a major no-no. In an effort to crack down on “high driving”, Ontario is adopting a zero-tolerance policy for young drivers under the influence of cannabis.
ONTARIO CRACKS DOWN
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announced Monday a new set of rules to prevent specific groups of motorists from driving high. Commercial truck drivers, drivers 21 and under, and novice motorists will all face austere penalties for operating a motor vehicle if found under the influence of cannabis.
Drivers under 21 and G1, G2, M1 and M2 motorists will face a three-day suspension and a $250 fine upon their first offense. Second-time offenders will be penalized with a week suspension and a $350 fine. From the third offense on, drivers will be hit with a month-long ban and could be fined up to $450.
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