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    no HID bulbs in a halogen housing. .
    where did you see this about the HID bulbs

    just found this but i did not see anything about the HID lights

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    Ontario Newsroom New Rules of the Road Effective September 1, 2015

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    New Rules of the Road Effective September 1, 2015

    August 26, 2015 10:00 A.M. Ministry of Transportation

    * Fine as listed is set fine including Victim Fine Surcharge and court costs
    Current Penalty Effective September 1, 2015
    Distracted Driving $60 - $500 fine $490* fine and three demerit points; minimum 30-day suspension for novice drivers
    "Dooring" of cyclists or vehicles $60 - $500 fine $365* fine and three demerit points
    Passing cyclists None Drivers must leave a one-metre distance when passing cyclists or face a $110* fine and two demerit points; $180* fine and two demerit points for failing to leave a one-metre distance when passing cyclists in a community safety zone
    Improper lighting on bicycle $20 set fine $110* fine
    Slow Down, Move Over Slow Down, Move Over for emergency vehicles stopped at roadside to assist Slow Down, Move Over requirement now also includes tow trucks stopped at roadside to assist; $490* fine for violation
    Additional Changes from Bill 31 - Making Ontario's Roads Safer Act
    Effective January 1, 2016

    • Drivers must yield the whole roadway to pedestrians at school crossings and pedestrian crossovers.

    Expected Spring 2016

    • Municipalities will have enhanced ability to charge out-of-province individuals caught by red light cameras.

    Expected Fall 2016

    • New penalties for drug-impaired driving that mirror penalties for alcohol-impaired driving.
    • Extending remedial measures and ignition interlock requirements to any accumulation of alcohol/drug impaired driving under the Highway Traffic Act.

    Expected Spring 2017

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    Highway Traffic Act - Common Q & A's

    Got it from the new Passenger / Light-Duty Vehicle Inspection Standard handbook.

    I downloaded a copy a while ago so I no longer have the link.

    Section 6-1 B
    Reject if:

    b)
    - a non-functional diode in LED
    headlamp
    - HID bulb is installed in an incandescent
    headlamp housing
    - HID assembly does not display eitherHG, DC, DR or DCR codes
    - headlamp switch, or beam (high and
    low) selector, is broken, missing,
    inoperative, does not meet OEM
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    - high-beam indicator lamp on instrument
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    Highway Traffic Act - Common Q & A's

    Np, FYI, they are also specifically spelling out tire coverage now. Time for mud flaps, technically they are needed on the front to the way I read it. Better to have some big rear ones to show you are compliant.

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