Canadian motorist's license revoked without driving conviction
The odd part, is that Wilbur was never convicted of any crime, and his case was dismissed. Despite this, the RMV refuses to give Wilbur a new license and has denied his appeal of their decision. While we can't condone tailgating and even the minor bouts of road rage, this appears to be a case of one group stepping over the limits of its power, and the full story posted over at CBC News Canada will only have you scratching your head.
Is there a side of this story we're missing, or is the Canadian government coming down a little too hard on Wilbur? Sound off in Comments.
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