C-24.2 - Highway Safety Code

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100. The driver of a road vehicle who holds a class 5 probationary licence, as determined by regulation, and who is 19 years of age or younger is subject to the following rules in the year after the licence is issued:
(1)  for the first six months, the driver may only carry one passenger 19 years of age or younger between midnight and 5 a.m.; and
(2)  for the next six months, the driver may only carry three passengers 19 years of age or younger between midnight and 5 a.m.
The rules set out in the first paragraph do not apply if one of the passengers has held, for at least two years, a valid driver’s licence of the appropriate class for driving the vehicle, is seated beside the driver and is in a position to give the driver assistance and advice.
For the purposes of the first paragraph, a passenger who is a member of the driver’s immediate family is not taken into account in the computation of the number of passengers.
“Driver’s immediate family” means
(1)  the driver’s married, civil union or de facto spouse;
(2)  the driver’s children and the driver’s spouse’s children;
(3)  the driver’s brothers and sisters; and
(4)  any other child of the driver’s father or mother or of either’s spouse.
A peace officer who has reasonable grounds to suspect that a driver is contravening this section may ask a passenger to identify himself or herself, in which case the passenger shall give the peace officer the following information, which the passenger may provide verbally:
(1)  the passenger’s name and address;
(2)  the passenger’s date of birth; and
(3)  if applicable, the nature of the passenger’s family relationship with the driver.
1986, c. 91, s. 100; 1996, c. 56, s. 26; 2000, c. 64, s. 5; 2018, c. 72018, c. 7, s. 22.
100. Except during the practical session of the Société’s proficiency examination, the holder of a learner’s licence must, when driving a motorcycle, be accompanied by a person on a separate motorcycle, who has held, for at least two years, a valid driver’s licence authorizing the driving of a motorcycle and who is able to provide assistance and advice.
The holder of the learner’s licence may not carry any passengers.
1986, c. 91, s. 100; 1996, c. 56, s. 26; 2000, c. 64, s. 5.
100. The holder of a learner’s licence must, when driving a motorcycle, be accompanied by a person on a separate motorcycle, who has held, for at least two years, a valid driver’s licence authorizing the driving of a motorcycle and who is able to provide assistance and advice.
The holder of the learner’s licence may not carry any passengers.
1986, c. 91, s. 100; 1996, c. 56, s. 26.
100. The holder of a driver’s licence assisting a learner must sit beside him and be in condition to drive a road vehicle.
A person assisting a learner must also have his driver’s licence with him.
1986, c. 91, s. 100.