By Pam Douglas Brampton Guardian Wed., March 27, 2019 The OPP have charged a Brampton truck driver with stunt driving on Highway 401 on Sunday near London. Police said aerial enforcement officers reported a transport truck following another transport truck at a distance of less than 10 metres, while travelling “in excess of 100 km/h,” according to an OPP news release. The truck was stopped by Middlesex County OPP officers and impounded for seven days. The driver also lost his licence for seven days. Gurdeep Singh Dhaliwal, 27, of Brampton, has been charged with “perform stunt, too close to vehicle.” Article Continued Below Report an error Journalistic Standards About The Star Read more about: Brampton TOP STORIES, DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX. NEW NEWSLETTER HEADLINES SIGN UP … [Read more...] about Brampton trucker charged with stunt driving on Highway 401 near London, Ont.
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By Pam Douglas Brampton Guardian Mon., Feb. 11, 2019 The president of the Peel Regional Police Association, which acts as the union for Peel’s police officers, has been charged with stunt driving and drinking and driving. Const. Adrian Woolley, 44, of Burlington, was charged Saturday after he was pulled over by the OPP on the QEW in Burlington, said OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt. Schmidt did not reveal how fast Woolley is accused of driving. As for the drinking and driving charge, he is accused of having more than 80 mg of alcohol in 100 mL of blood, which is more than the legal limit. A stunt-driving charge carries an automatic driver’s licence suspension and the driver’s vehicle is impounded for seven days. It is laid when a driver is clocked at more than 50 km/h over the speed limit. Woolley has been a Peel police officer for almost 20 years. Article Continued Below As president of the union, he does not perform any police-related duties. He is … [Read more...] about Peel police union head charged with stunt driving, impaired driving
By The Canadian Press Mon., Aug. 20, 2018 Police say a man has been charged after he allegedly drove his high-end sports car at 148 kilometres per hour in a school zone. York Regional Police say the incident occurred on Sunday at about 8 p.m. in Vaughan, Ont. Police say a patrol officer spotted a 2019 Aston Martin travelling at 148 kilometres per hour in a 40 kilometre per hour school zone. They say the 31-year-old Vaughan, Ont., man has been charged with stunt driving, dangerous driving and speeding. Police say the car will be impounded for a week. Article Continued Below TOP STORIES, DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX. NEW NEWSLETTER HEADLINES SIGN UP … [Read more...] about Vaughan man charged after allegedly travelling 148 km/h in school zone
source Sean Gallup/Getty Images Women in Saudi Arabia can now get in the driver’s seat as the country officially lifts a decades-old rule that barred them from driving vehicles. Women across the country celebrated, with many getting behind the wheel and driving around Saudi streets – the first time they could lawfully exercise such freedoms for since the late 1950s. The Kingdom has been working since last autumn to prepare for a fresh influx of female motorists. Saudi Arabia has officially lifted a decades-old rule that barred women from driving. Women across the country celebrated, with many getting behind the wheel and driving around Saudi streets – the first time they could lawfully exercise such freedoms for since the late 1950s. The Kingdom has been working since last autumn to prepare for a fresh influx of female motorists. Several women’s driving schools began popping … [Read more...] about Saudi Arabia makes history, ending longstanding rule that barred women from driving
RIYADH: Saudi women will be allowed to start driving in the kingdom from Jun 24, the General Department of Traffic Director General Mohammed al-Bassami said on Tuesday (May 8)."All the requirements for women in the kingdom to start driving have been established," Bassami was quoted as saying in a statement released by the government.In September 2017, a royal decree announced the end of a decades-long ban on women driving - the only one of its kind in the world.Women 18 years of age and older will be allowed to apply for a driver's license, Bassami said.Driving schools for women have been set up across five cities in the conservative kingdom, and teachers will include Saudi women who obtained their licenses abroad.Women with foreign driving licenses will be able to apply for a local one through a separate process, which will also assess their driving skills."It is no secret that many women in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia hold driving licences from abroad," the statement added.Saudi … [Read more...] about Saudi says to lift driving ban on women Jun 24