Quiz: Sanctions – dangerous behaviours

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Which of these offences is classed as aggressive driving?
All of them
Street racing
Intentionally cutting off another vehicle
Deliberately stopping another vehicle passing

Correct!

Wrong!

A nitrous oxide system is illegal for use in Ontario…?
On any public road
On freeways
In urban areas
In school zones

Correct!

Wrong!

If a vehicle crashes at 50 km/h over the speed limit on a road with a limit of 60 km/h or lower, the chance of serious injury or fatality is increased by…?
800%
600%
1000%
400%

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Wrong!

If a vehicle crashes at 50 km/h over the speed limit, the chance of serious injury or fatality is increased by…?
500%
400%
600%
300%

Correct!

Wrong!

A driver may be charged with aggressive driving if they drive more than what speed over the speed limit on a road where the speed limit is below 80 km/h?
40 km/h
50 km/h
30 km/h
60 km/h

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Sanctions for Dangerous Behaviors

The risk of a serious injury or a fatality is almost 5 times stronger or greater for any vehicle that is crashing at 50 km/hr. or more in posted highway limit. The risk involved is greater, especially on those roads having lower posted limits like on roads wherein the posted limit is 60 km/hr. or less, the risk of having serious injury or fatality cases is 8 times greater for any vehicles that will collide at 50km/hr. or more that is above the limit being posted.

Some Types of Aggressive Driving Includes:

  • stunts driving
  • car racing in a street
  • cutting off another vehicle intentionally
  • driving in a motor vehicle to prevent someone’s vehicle from passing
  • driving 50 km/hr. or more that is above the speed limit is posted
  • driving 40 km/hr. or more above the posted limit on roads having a speed limit that is less than 80 km/hr.

It is prohibited if you are using connected nitrous-oxide systems in driving.

The risk of casualties and injuries is almost five times greater when vehicles crash at a speed of 50km/h or more than the posted limit. The lower the posted limit on roads are, the higher the risks are. To improve road safety, it’s better for drivers to travel at similar speeds for fewer chances of crashes.