I know bicycles are considered vehicles and are required to obey the rules of the road. On the weekend, we were walking on a very crowded Front Street amongst hundreds of others after the baseball game. An older man riding a bike with his dog running on a leash beside him was ringing his bike bell to force his way through the pedestrian traffic. As he passed, I remarked that it was illegal for him to be riding on the sidewalk at all.
When can you legally make a U-turn? We use GPS a lot, and it’s constantly saying to make a U-turn. I thought they were illegal at intersections, but my fiancé says they’re legal everywhere. – Jenn, TorontoAs it turns out, the U-turn rules in Ontario are pretty straightforward. Unless you’re on a railway crossing or somewhere where oncoming traffic can’t see you, you can usually make them anywhere there’s not a sign banning them. “At an intersection, it might say, ‘No U-turns,’” said Sgt.
I am a 17-year-old high school student and I was recently given a distracted driving ticket. I was driving down the road and had my vape in hand (it has a screen on it and might look like a phone) and got pulled to the side of the road by three police officers. The guy came up to my window with the $287 ticket and told me I was on my phone, but I insisted it was my vape. He wrote that I am an adult. I was just wondering if I could somehow get out of this because he didn’t mark that I’m a youth.
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Selecting a term
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