Impaired driving is the act of controlling a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both. This offence is identified by signs of impairment, such as erratic driving behavior, red eyes, problems with coordination, or unclear speech.

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Driving over .08 involves committing a criminal act by having a blood alcohol level (BAC) of .08 percent or more within two hours after operating any vehicle.

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Refusing a breathalyzer or drug test occurs when a person does not comply with a request to submit a breath or body fluid sample for the purpose of testing for alcohol or drugs, as demanded by a police officer in accordance with Section 320.28 of the Criminal Code.

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Dangerous driving encompasses driving a vehicle in a way that poses a threat to public safety considering the current conditions, such as the state of the traffic, roads, and visibility. Behaviours indicative of this include irresponsible driving, speeding excessively, engaging in races, and disregarding traffic regulations or signals.

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Failure to stop at an accident refers to the act of driving a vehicle involved in an accident and not halting to identify oneself, give necessary information, and provide help when required, unless there's a justified reason for not doing so.

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Flight from a peace officer involves a situation where an individual, while being chased by a law enforcement officer, operates a vehicle or vessel and fails to stop as soon as is practically possible, without having a legitimate reason for such behavior.

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Operation while prohibited is the act of driving a vehicle when legally forbidden to do so, as a result of being under any form of legal restriction imposed by either federal or provincial laws following a conviction or discharge.

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