MTO Driver's License G1 Written Test - Driving Rules Practice Quiz 5

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 Ontario Driving Tips

The consequences for drinking and driving in Ontario get more serious with each offense. ..... While each drinking and driving conviction is serious, you will find that the penalties get worse with each offense. For example if you are caught in what is called the 'warn range' (blood alcohol level between .05% and .08%) you will face a $150 fine and a 3 day suspension on the first offense. The second offense you will have the $150 fine, a 7 day suspension and an alcohol education course. The third time you will face the $150 fine, a 30 suspension, a 6 month mandatory interlock device and a mandatory alcohol treatment program. As you can see the consequences get worse each time and these are just the roadside consequences. Others may apply if you are convicted. These cannot be disputed, appealed or overturned.