In Ontario, No, but you are subject to a fine of 90 dollars.
Here is a list of infractions and how many points they will cost you in Ontario
7 Points Failing to remain at the scene of a collision /Failing to stop when signaled or requested by a police officer 6 Points Careless Driving Racing Exceeding the speed limit by 50 km/h or more /Failing to stop for a school bus 5 Points Driver of a bus failing to stop at an unprotected railway crossing 4 Points Exceeding the speed limit by 30 to 49 km/h /Following too closely 3 Points Exceeding the speed limit by 16 to 29 km/h /Driving through, around or under a railway crossing barrier Failing to yield the right-of-way /Failing to obey a stop sign, traffic light or railway crossing signal Failing to obey the directions of a police officer/ Driving the wrong way on a divided road Failing to report a collision to a police officer/ Improper driving when road is divided into lanes Crowding the driver's seat /Going the wrong way on a one-way road Driving or operating a vehicle on a closed road /Crossing a divided road where no proper crossing is provided Failing to slow and carefully pass a stopped emergency vehicle /Failing to move, where possible, into another lane when passing a stopped emergency vehicle Improper passing 2 Points Improper opening of a vehicle door /Prohibited turns Towing people�on toboggans, bicycles, skis, etc. /Failing to obey signs Failing to stop at a pedestrian crossing /Failing to share the road Improper right turn /Improper left turn Failing to signal /Unnecessary slow driving Reversing on a divided high-speed road /Driver failing to wear a seat belt Driver failing to ensure that a passenger less than 23 kg is properly secured /Driver failing to ensure that a passenger under 16 years is wearing a seat belt Failing to lower headlamp beams /Backing on a highway Driver failing to ensure child passenger is properly secured in an appropriate child restraint system or booster seat
If you are driving outside the restrictions of your license (e.g. driving after dark when the license permits driving only during the day), you are in essence driving with no license at all. If the only issue is your speed, the offense will be heard as with any other. Some states place a lower points threshold on age-restricted licenses, so a single speeding ticket could cause your license to be suspended.
Driving with no brake lights can be very dangerous. If it is dark outside, a car behind you, may not see you. Having no brake lights will not alert any cars that you are slowing down or stopping.
Why would you even want to consider a question like this? If a person is restricted to driving only in the daytime that means their license is not valid after dark. If you allow someone to drive when they do not have a valid license they may not be covered, they certainly are not legally driving. Also, the driver must be listed on the policy as a driver and you have to have given the company all their information like their drivers license, date of birth, driving record, etc.
The lights are automatic for your daytime running lights AND your regular head lights. There is a light sensor on your dash that knows when it get dark. When it's dark your headlights will automatically come on, daytime lights turn off and your dashboard lights will dim as a result, since you no longer need them to be that bright when it's dark. As far as the parking brake, it triggers your daytime lights to turn off, so when you disengage your parking brake, they will turn on for normal driving. All of this is a good thing because you never have to worry about turning your on/off...ever.
very dark no lights around
A sensor that is activated by a lack of light (the dark). Usually these can be found in night lights that turn on when the lights are turned out.
In the dark.
No. It is not legal to operate any watercraft after dark without running lights.
Black lights do not glow in the dark. They simply emit a freqency of light that make colors appear to glow.
"Parking Lights" or Running lights are there so your vehicle can be seen from all sides in the dark. The automated means that they come on and turn off automatically under certain lighting conditions. They are helpful because the human eye tends to see more light than is actually there when driving near dusk or in early Dawn. IF you are driving for several hours and it starts toi get dark, your eyes think it is lighter than it is because they have adjusted gradually with the decrease in natural light.
The lights are out.
when its dark
because its dark how can they see?
dark, except near lights.
the lights that are used to see in the dark.
Dark Fall II Lights Out - 2004 VG is rated/received certificates of: USA:T
Unless you're on totally flat land, you turn your lights on BEFORE sunset ... about half an hour ... because even when the sun is still up it's getting dark and harder to see the other cars.
Proper Use of "Parking Lights"The answer depends on the "Traffic Code" for the State in which you are driving.However, they are called parking lights because they are supposed to be used to warn other vehicle drivers of the location, position, and "state" [parked] of your vehicle.Most jurisdictions prohibit driving with parking lights only. The only exception that might convince a Police Officer to not give you a ticket would be in the case of the loss of headlights out in the boondocks on a very dark night in which you drove only with parking lights to get to a safe place.
There is no provision by the Department of Motor Vehicles for a point count on this type of correctable violation even if it is pled to (not corrected but the fine was paid)..
you have to turn on the parking lamps manually. Truck has a sensor when it's dark so they won't come on until dusk.
You may be thinking of Aurora Australis -- the southern lights.
I have a '96 Riviera and if they have the sensor for nighttime driving like mine do you cannot drive with the lights off if it is dark, but you can push the knob bellow the light switch all the way to the left where it says Lights Max or something like that. this will turn the lights off while car is in Park, at night otherwise the lights should stay off in the daytime