Section 85. Failing to Produce a Driver’s Licence, Permit or other Driver’s Identification and Registration Document.
(1) On every occasion when a person drives a motor vehicle or trailer, that person shall have possession of his or her valid driver’s licence, permit or other driver’s identification document and the registration document in relation to the motor vehicle or trailer.
(2) A traffic officer may stop and request a driver to produce his or driver’s licence, permit or other driver’s identification document, the certificate of registration or other registration document issued under this Act or the applicable law in relation to a motor vehicle or trailer being driven.
(3) Where a request is made under subsection (2), the driver to whom the request is made shall produce immediately for examination by the traffic officer-
(a) His or her driver’s licence, permit or other driver’s identification document: and
(b) The certificate of registration or other registration documents, which must include the certificate of insurance or such evidence as may be prescribed in relation to the use of the motor vehicle.
(4) A person who contravenes subsection (3) commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or both.
“Therefore, please be advised that the period of 48 hours to produce documents under Section 85 is no longer applicable”.