by Cedric Hughes, Barrister & Solicitor with regular weekly contributions from Leslie McGuffin, LL.B.   

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Five Thousand Teenagers Die Annually in Crashes

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It’s summer and, if you have teenage children you are more than likely going to at least hear stories about injury and fatality on the roads involving their friends and acquaintances.  And these stories may involve the most unlikely kids: one day it’s diplomas, accolades and a bright post-secondary future; then it’s the ICU, comas, and rehab programs… or funerals.

Drinking and Driving, Getting Worse?

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Drinking and driving and the closely related topic of youth drinking are news again. On September 1st, under the headline, “Alcohol-related deaths are on the rise this year…” one national newspaper reported on a statement issued the previous day by the Ontario Provincial Police noting increases in fatalities from road collisions—up 5.4%, fatalities in which alcohol was a factor— up 38.5%, and fatalities in which not wearing seat belts was a factor —up 32.7%. 

Teenage Trunking Trend

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BC’s Graduated Licensing Program [GLP] was designed to help new drivers gain driving experience in a controlled, lower-risk environment and gain privileges as they become more skilful. Learner or “L” drivers are limited to two passengers: the licensed adult supervisor and one other person. Novice or “N” drivers are limited to one passenger unless they are driving with a supervisor 25 years or older with a valid driver's license or unless the passengers are immedia

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