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Drivers in Ontario will face an increased fine and demerit points for distracted driving. Fines will increase from the current range of $60 to $500 to a range of $300 to $1,000 and three demerit points, upon conviction. Novice drivers will face escalating sanctions, upon conviction. • First conviction - 30-day suspension • Second conviction - 90-day suspension • Third conviction - licence cancellation (i.e., driver must return to the start of the graduated licensing program). This information has been brought to you by: PROMISE TO ON THE ROAD FOCUS Make a promise to focus on the road. Talk to your friends and family about the dangers of distracted driving. #focusontheroad Tell us what you've seen! Distracted driving is illegal

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