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by: highwaystar on

If your license is under suspension (for any reason), then you do not meet the definition of an "accompanying driver" as per section 5(2) of Ontario Regulation 340/90.

You will see that subsection 5(2) (a) says that you must be a "fully licensed driver" which you aren't because (as per the definition in section 1(1) of that same Regulation) you must be "authorized to drive". If you are suspended, you aren't authorized to drive.

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