As far as insurance goes, they will treat this the same way they treat any drunk driver. If you're incapable of driving without drinking while under probation, you're definitely a risk when you're finally given more leeway. That's why it comes with a 100% increase depending whether they decide to insure you to being with.
Not much you can do about this.
You chose to ignore this, rolled the dice and lost.
Former Ontario Police Officer. Advice will become less relevant as the time goes by !
Unfortunately, no one in the justice system is going to have any sympathy or show you any leniency. Your argument is similar to saying "I don't speed except when I'm in a hurry, then I might push it a little." You knew full well the law requires your BAC to be 0 while you have your G2. Whether you have a buzz or whether you feel capable of driving a few blocks is entirely irrelevant. Your BAC was above zero; therefore, you committed the offence.donvonton wrote: ↑Sat Mar 31, 2018 5:12 pmConsider the situation, i rarely drink. like once every few months due to special occasions as this was one of them being my friends birthday. I was the "designated driver" held responsible and just took few sips to celebrate in the moment. As soon as the party shutdown we had to leave and I was perfectly fine to drive just a block away to home. I have no bad intentions, good student, I know law is law but just knowing the fact that me getting this ticket and going through all the other consequences when I am the least suspected when you compare others doesn't sound right to me.