Friday, Feb 26,2016
Ontario’s Drinking and Driving laws have changed

Any driver aged 21 and under, regardless of licence class, or a novice driver caught with any alcohol in their system will receive an immediate 24-hours roadside driver’s licence suspension and, if convicted will face a fine of $500.00 and receive at least a 30-day licence suspension.

 

All drivers who register a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) from 0.05 to 0.08 (known as the “warn range”) will lose their licence at roadside from 3 to 30 days.  Drivers caught more than once face mandatory alcohol education or treatment programs and ignition interlock.

 

NOTE: Avtar Bhangal is a Criminal Lawyer practising in Mississauga and Brampton for over 20 years with extensive experience representing clients charged with Impaired Driving.  He is fluent in Punjabi and able to assist client’s in Punjabi.

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