so this question isnt directly related to sasquatch but im hoping sommmonnnee can help me out. Im from b.c. canada, and here i have a "N" license, meaning one of my restrictions is i can only have one passenger in the vehicle. however is anyone aware if i drive multile people while in the states if i can be charged? im not sure if your guys laws are different? also concered about crossing the border...does anyone know if they enforce traffic laws like that? anyy information would help!!
Display official N sign Zero alcohol No cell phone use, no hands-free or hand-held devices of any kind while driving (You may use a GPS, but you can not touch it while driving, only when parked). Passenger Restrictions: you are only allowed 1 passenger, unless they are family members. You may drive with as many family members as your vehicle has seatbelts for. (Family members are: mother, father, sister, brother, child, spouse, grandparent, grandchild; including step and foster relationships). You may also drive with as many people as you have seatbelts for if you have a supervisor 25 or older with a valid class 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 driver’s licence. N stage lasts for at least 24 months *unless you’ve successfully completed a GLP driver education program, in which case this stage can be reduced to 18 months If your licence is suspended, cancelled, expired, or surrendered, you must wait longer to qualify for a full privileged driver’s licence (once your licence is reinstated, your 24 months will start over from the beginning) ***Both “N” and “L” Drivers are allowed to drive across Canada & in the US, providing they adhere to the same restrictions displayed on the back of their licence. ***
thanks for completely answering my question and telling me everything I will need to know. Since my question was already answered thoroughly, does anyone else have any useless information to add to the discussion?
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I'm kind of curious what your plan here is. I mean, if you get into the states you're likely in the clear because the cops here don't really even notice when our own drivers violate that restriction but you're going to have to go through the border at some point. I think the border police (not to be confused with moderators on here) are going to notice that you're violating the terms of your license. I really wouldn't suggest risking it. Assuming you have a driver in the car who has their actual license...maybe just let them drive in the states too? Really not worth the international clusterfuck you'd cause yourself if they did catch you.
I would fly into Seattle and rent a car. Then they can't fuck with you.
The border agents may not be able to fuck with you, but you are still technically breaching the conditions of your license, and I would imagine that would put you in breach of the contract with the rental company and insurer should anything happen.
Bad scene. Get your fully licensed friend to drive. Please.
Last Edit: May 21, 2013 22:36:12 GMT -5 by emptyfox