Skip to main content

4. Proof of dangerous driving

As shown in the case of careless driving, the Court will adopt an objective test in deciding whether or not the act of driving in question is dangerous.  It effectively means that each case before the Court will have to be scrutinized in the light of the factual circumstances related to the accident.  The Court would take into account all relevant facts, (whether they are apparently dangerous or not) and all reasons given by the driver, to ascertain whether or not there is dangerous driving.

Last revision date: