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Fine and demerit points for cell-phone use while driving?
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whenever you are within 150 metres of an oncoming vehicle or within 60 metres of a vehicle you are following.

These rules apply to all roads, including divided ones. Avoid shining your high beams on any other occupied vehicle. Bright lights can reflect off the other vehicle's mirrors and blind the driver.

If you are convicted of failing to pull over when a police officer signaled you to do so, you will face a fine of $1,000-$10,000, up to 6 months in jail, or both. However, if you fled the police officer and the police had to pursue you, you will face a fine of $5,000-$25,000, between 14 days and 6 months in jail, and licence suspension for 5 years.
- an immediate 3 day license suspension
- a fine of up to $500 if convicted
- a 30 day license suspension if convicted

Drivers in either Level 1 or Level 2 of Ontario's Graduated Licensing System must have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of zero when driving. A new driver caught drinking and driving for the first time will receive an immediate 3-day driver's licence suspension. If the driver is convicted, he or she will also face a $60-$500 fine and an additional 30-day licence suspension. If the new driver's BAC was greater than 0.08 at the time of the offence, the driver will also be subject to the same penalties for impaired driving as fully licensed drivers.
If you fail to stop for a stopped school bus whose red lights are flashing, you will be fined $400-$2,000 and receive 6 demerit points if this was your first offence. For each subsequent offence, you will be fined $1,000-$4,000, receive 6 demerit points and possibly be sentenced to jail for up to 6 months
When passing a cyclist, failing to leave at least 1 metre of space between your vehicle and the cyclist may result in a fine and ____ demerit point(s) on your driver's record.While you are passing a cyclist, if you fail to leave at least 1 metre of space between your vehicle and the cyclist, you may face a fine of $60 to $500, and two demerit points may be added to your driver's record.If you are convicted of driving at 50 km/h or more over the speed limit, you will face which of the following penalties?If police stop you for driving at 50 km/h or more over the speed limit, you will be charged with street racing. Police will suspend your licence on the spot and impound your vehicle for 7 days. If you're convicted of this charge for the first time, you will face a $2,000-$10,000 fine, a jail sentence of up to 6 months, and either 6 demerit points or licence suspension for up to 2 years.