Beware of your rights and the charges against you
The charge is imposed when a driver drives without reasonable care or attention to other drivers.
This offence can be charged as an alternative penalty to a DUI which is considered a favourable result.
This charge is laid when a driver operates a motor vehicle on a highway in a race or contest while performing a stunt on a bet or wager.
Majority of stunt driving charges arise when a driver is caught driving 40 km/h or more above the speed limit where the maximum limit is less than 80 km/h. Or when a driver is caught driving 50km/h over the speed limit on all other roads or highways.
This offence is charged when a driver is caught driving a vehicle on a highway with a suspended driver’s license.
This charge arises when a driver and passengers in a vehicle, directly or indirectly involved in an accident, fail to remain or immediately return to the scene of the accident.
In addition, this offence is charged when a driver and passengers fail to render all possible assistance and fail to provide pertinent information to anyone sustaining loss or injury or to any police officer or witness.