Suspended G1 driver racks up fines after alleged at-fault collision in Hamilton
Published July 13, 2022 at 2:34 pm
Police in Hamilton took to Twitter Wednesday afternoon to call out a new driver who racked up several fines after their involvement in a crash.
While specific details regarding the collision in question were not provided, police say a G1 driver was at-fault for driving the wrong way on a one-way street.
To top it off, the G1 driver already had their licence suspended and they were not legally allowed to operate a motor vehicle.
Other charges highlighted by the Hamilton Police Service are related to the driver being alone in the vehicle when they were legally required to have a licenced passenger in the vehicle. They were also charged with failure to notify of an address change and failure to sign their G1 licence in ink.
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G1 suspended driver at fault in collision
-drive while under suspension
-drive wrong way-one way traffic
-class G1 licence holder- unaccompanied by qualified driver
-class G1 license holder- carry front seat passenger
-fail to notify change of address
-fail to sign license in ink pic.twitter.com/jZBed4ZnfI
— Hamilton Police (@HamiltonPolice) July 13, 2022