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  bluetorpedo  |  0

18, in Ontario your front seat adult has to meet the following criteria:

1) be insured on the vehicle being driven the driver with a permit
2) must have been driving on a full license (G - AZ not a G2 or G1 or M class licenses and license cannot be suspended) for at least 4 years
3) must be awake and/or have a BAC of no more then 0.06%

There is no limit on passengers until G2 where you may not carry anymore then (2) passengers not in your family (direct or not) between 2am and 8am unless you have a fully licensed driver qualified as above.

And plus half the cops wouldn't give them the ticket they would just give them a warning as it takes more drunk drivers off the road and when it comes to public saftey a inexperienced driver on city streets at low speed beats an intoxicated one at any speed regardless of experience.

  nalia18  |  8

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  addiizcherry  |  0

Should of been like "Oh HELL NO!" But if you are not paying for it work out some deal- my deal is that if I drive my brothers to swimming and my sister to ballet- everything is paid for. My brothers have swimming monday through Thursday and my sister has ballet friday

  ambamm135  |  7

39 I notice you fail a lot on FML. If you understood what everyone else was saying if there was adult sober enough to drive they should drive not op. Also if there wasn't, op is not legally able drive still permit or not because all other passengers are drunk.

  dre_bro11  |  12

79, I can probably explain why 'it' always gets thumbed down; cause if you're anyone like me, you instantly see a Bieber picture and thumb down, sort of like instinct or an immediate reflex.

  DrDilllonReese  |  12

91- oh how that could've been possible. I had stopped talking entirely. But then you arrived, and decided to say something much later in an attempt to look tough, but really, you're a troll with no bridge. Now I'm back. See what you've done?


Actually in the Missouri drivers test book it only says you have to have an adult 21 or older it never says they have to be sober. Plus I was the same way and I read this part several times to make sure.

  MagicallyFat  |  12

If only it was that easy lol. I just got my liscense and a new car and now Im my families cabby. It sucks and if I say no they threaten to take the car away. Just something you have to get used too

By  THE_A_TEEN  |  27

Dont care if you're the "designated driver", IGNORE THEM. Obviously you're a teen, you cant be the designated driver for your family, they cant hold you responsible for their rides home, can't they?

Isnt, driving with drunk person illegal if you only have a permit?