What happens if a G1 driver is caught driving alone?

What would happen if a G1 driver was caught driving alone? I still have a G1 license, but I’m a really good driver. I want to be able to drive to my girlfriend’s house, but my parents don’t know that we’re dating. If I drove over late at night, would that be a bad idea?

Liz Jenson · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Even if you’re a good driver, driving by yourself with a G1 license isn’t a good idea. If a G1 driver is caught driving alone, they could face a $110 ticket and 30 days suspension of their license.
As a G1 driver, you also have time restrictions on your license. G1 drivers can’t drive between the hours of 12 AM and 5 AM. If you’re caught in the car by yourself within this time window, you’ll get
demerit points
that will remain on your record for up to two years after the incident occurred.
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