I've only had my G2 for a month, and one night I was driving home from my friends house in the pouring rain. It was the first time I had driven in the rain, and I had a friend with me (who I was taking home). As I came down a small hill, with a curve at the bottom, I felt my wheels slip a little. I had never been in that situation before, and I panicked. I saw two lights (which turned out to be lamp lights on each side of a driveway) and I thought they were head lights, so I swerved in the opposite direction. The van then started to spin to the right, and then back to the left before my back end hit a street light. The pole was damaged, as was the rear of my car. The next day an officer at the scene measured out the "skid marks" and said I was swerving for 173 ft, and going 80 km/h. This is ridiculous as a)the only tire marks that can clearly be identifyed as mine start about 20 ft from the lamp I hit, after that I was driving in the centre of my lane, so my tracks are indistinguishable from those of other vehicles, and b) I came from the house about 100 ft from the first skid mark the officer says was mine, so it would have been very hard for me to be going 80 km/h. Also, I did not apply the brakes while swerving, so going 80 km/h into a pole would have done much more damage than what was done. Well, I got a Careless Driving charge and am taking it to court. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.