Ontario proposes increasing ‘distracted driving’ fines — and adding demerit points
By Adrian Miedema
Ontario’s government has introduced a bill that would result in harsher penalties for distracted driving.
The proposed amendments to the Highway Traffic Act would increase the fine range from $60–$500 to $300–$1,000 and assign three demerit points upon conviction of a distracted driving offence…
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