Montreal mother told daughter doesn’t count as 2nd passenger in carpool lane
A mother from Montreal’s West Island plans to contest a $169 traffic ticket she was given for driving in a lane reserved for buses, taxis and carpools with her daughter.
Stéphanie Émond was driving on Sources Boulevard with her nine-year-old daughter, and was heading back to the West Island to pick up her son from school when she was pulled over.
“I showed the police officer, ‘Look, my daughter is here with me in the back,’ and she told me that the passenger needs to have a driver’s licence.”
Source: Montreal mother told daughter doesn’t count as 2nd passenger in carpool lane | CBC News