My question is, what kind of penalty would a person incur if they did the following:
A blind girl and her friend are out in the woods when her friend hurts her leg and can't drive. The blind girl sits in the driver's seat and, according to her friend's advice, presses the pedals and helps steer. They go to the police and it is obvious that the sighted person (who is also the legal owner of the car) did not drive out of the woods.
The girl has been blind since she was 14 and has never had a driver's liscence, however she is currently over the driving age. This story takes place in Ontario, Canada in the present.
Thanks a lot in advance!
EDIT: Thanks for your helpful replies! It looks like she'll get off with no penalty (the absolute discharge idea sounds about right).