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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by cowofwar, Nov 17, 2005.

  1. harleyb

    harleyb Peasant

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    I think the Ontario system is a good balance... Written test in order to get your G1. G1: Only driving during daylight hours, no high-speed expressways (400 series/Gardiner), there must be someone who's been fully licensed for at least four years in the passenger seat, you can't have more passengers than there are working seatbelts, and of course 0% BAC.

    Wait 12 months, or 8 if you complete a government-approved driving course, and you can do a road test for your G2. G2: 0% BAC, can't have more passengers than working seat belts. After 12 months, you can do a road test for your G, which is the full license. Then you can drive with a small BAC and with more passengers than you have seatbelts, as long as you're not "overloading" your car.
     
  2. Gilgamesh

    Gilgamesh MSC Footman

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    what does BAC stand for???
     
  3. Elbereth

    Elbereth MSC Commander and Donator

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    Blood Alcohol Content.
     
  4. Gilgamesh

    Gilgamesh MSC Footman

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    Ahh... was wondering why a 0% BAC was bad and a "small amount" BAC was better...
     
  5. Kaeric

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    well that depends if you're driving or hanging out with friends.
     

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