Quiz: Impaired driving
Road accidents are a leading cause of hospitalization and death for Canadians below 45 years. For the entire Canadian population, road accidents rank 4th as a cause of fatalities. According to a report by Carsurance, 27% of traffic fatalities on various Canadian roads directly resulted from overspeeding. Rear-end car crashes are among the most frequently occurring collisions, accounting for about 30% of accidents.
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Impaired Driving in Ontario
Ontario has very tough rules regarding impaired driving. These rules are aimed at deterrence in road accidents as road users will fear the consequences that come with causing accidents. As a road user in Ontario, you need to be informed of the meaning of impaired driving and the consequences thereof. This is going to help you to make an informed decision. The most prudent thing is to avoid being involved in any case related to impaired driving.
Questions in this Quiz:
- You may be charged with impaired driving if…?
- Providing samples of beath and/or bodily fluids, and undertaking field sobriety tests, when ordered by a police officer is…?
- Drivers must have a BAC of zero when driving if aged…?