...I didn't have to put any type of label on my car when I was a new driver. Personally, if I see anything saying "student driver" I stay clear from the car for my own sanity. From what you've told us, you should have something on your vehicle to indicate that you are a high-risk driver. ...
Fumbling with the DL isn't enough for an impaired charge. If they were to blow a fail on the roadside screening device, which was administered based on the odour of alcohol on the driver's breath in your above scenario, the best you might do is an over .08 charge. Or maybe a 12-hour in Ontario.
They police more than one FN community. They have a detachment on the Fort William FN, at the base of Mt. McKay in Thunder Bay. I didn't realize their territory extended into Southern Ontario was my point.
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