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A little confused....

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Hey guys,
What is "Permit Novice Driver"?? Is that different from just "Novice Driver"?


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Can you give us the context? It reads like it should be part of a bigger sentence meaning "Allow novice driver to..."
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"Permit novice driving in contravention of conditions"

I think I figured out what it means. I think it just means a novice driver who isn't the owner of the car but has permit to drive it.


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"Permit novice driver to drive in contravention of condition or restriction"

"Permit" is a verb in this sentence, not an adjective. "Permit, allow, or enable a novice driver to drive in contravention of condition or restriction."

HTA 32 (11.1)
"No person who is the owner or is in possession or control of a motor vehicle or combination of vehicles shall permit a novice driver, as defined under section 57.1, to drive the motor vehicle or combination of vehicles on a highway while contravening a condition or restriction imposed upon the novice driver by this Act or the regulations. 2002, c. 18, Sched. P, s. 12 (4); 2009, c. 5, s. 7."

For example, you can't allow a G1 or G2 holder to drive your car while they have a blood alcohol level above zero. You can't allow a G1 driver to take your car and drive it alone.
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gotcha. Thanks!






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