Vehicle Modifications and the Law - Ontario Police Edition
|Format||Softcover + CD-ROM|
Written by Mathew John.
Published by Carswell, 2007.
|As a reference guide for police officers, mechanics and car
enthusiasts, Vehicle Modifications and the Law Ontario Police
Edition, explains what law enforcement professionals should look for and
what remains within legal boundaries regarding vehicle modifications. Unless
youre a car expert yourself, how do you distinguish a vehicle that has
been modified illegally for street racing from one that has been customized
legally by a car enthusiast? You could wade through the Ontario Highway Traffic
Act, but the Act doesnt tell you which aftermarket products are illegal
and why. This is the first book published for law enforcement and legal
professionals that explores the contentious legal issues of car modifications
and street racing. Among a wealth of other information, Vehicle
Modifications and the Law Ontario Police Edition offers a concise,
single resource that combines, technical, legal and fine information, as well
About the author: Mathew John is a former Municipal Law Enforcement Officer with Toronto Police Services and the creator of the national anti-street racing program PACER (Police and Community Educating Racers). A car enthusiast, John also owned an auto body shop and worked for General Motors and Honda. He teaches a course on Legal Mods at Centennial College.
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