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Ontario G2 driver busted for speeding and cautioned about weed in car

An Ontario driver was fortunate to slide with a caution for the cannabis inside the vehicle, but not so lucky when it came to the speeding.

A tweet from the Ontario Provincial Police’s (OPP) Nottawasaga detachment reports that officers observed a vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed on 8th Line in Egbert, a little more than an hour’s drive north of Toronto.

Indeed, the person, who happened to have only a G2 licence, was driving at 137 kilometres/hour in a 60 km/h zone.

Having a G2 licence — the three stages to Ontario’s licensing process are G1 (when a beginner must drive with a fully licensed driver whose had their G licence for at least four years), G2 (which requires passing a road test) and a full, unrestricted, G driver’s licence — comes along with a number of conditions that must be honoured.

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