Stunt Driving Sec 172(1)
Stunt driving and street racing
Stunt driving and street racing are dangerous and illegal.
Stunt driving includes:
- driving 40 kilometres per hour or more over the speed limit on roads with a speed limit less than 80 kilometres per hour
- driving 50 kilometres per hour or more over the speed limit
- driving in a way that prevents other vehicles from passing
- intentionally cutting off another vehicle
- intentionally driving too close to another vehicle, pedestrian or fixed object
- spinning of your tires that results in losing traction or a burn out or the lifting of a front tire on a motorcycle
Drivers caught driving 150 kilometres per hour or more are subject to stunt driving charges. This applies anywhere in the province, including sections of freeways with limits of 110 kilometres per hour.
Street racing includes:
- two or more motor vehicles driving in a way that indicates the drivers are competing
- chasing another motor vehicle
- changing lanes repeatedly at a high rate of speed and weaving through traffic