The Ridiculous Driver of the Week sparks a discussion about driving without due care and attention. Kyla Lee and Paul Doroshenko speak about a BC driver who was convicted after police caught her driving and eating food with chopsticks at the same time.
Not all provinces require police officers to provide evidence of testing speed monitoring devices are functioning properly before a shift. Should this be acceptable?
Finally, a Court of Appeal ruling on when tests for impaired driving should be carried out could have big implications for drivers.
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