Drug-Impaired Driving Charges on the Rise in Toronto

Toronto Police Release Drug-Impaired Statistics The Toronto Police have revealed that drug-impaired driving charges are on the rise, up 150 percent this year in comparison to previous years. The increase is significant and alarming to the Toronto Police force. On a positive note, the law enforcement agency stated that alcohol-related charges are down by 7 […]

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Young Drivers of Canada Weighs in on Rear Daytime Running Lights

Can Rear Daytime Running Lights Reduce Colllisions? In a recent article in the Globe and Mail, journalist Jason Tchir tackles the controversial subject, do daytime rear running lights cause collisions and crashes? According to Angelo DiCicco from Young Drivers, “driving during the day with your low beams on and your taillights on, you’ll get a […]

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside Driving Tips

Driving Tips for Extreme Cold Temperatures As most parts of Canada plunge into some of the coldest temperatures of the winter season, Young Drivers of Canada would like to remind drivers to stay safe and stay warm as they travel in these extreme temperatures by providing the following tips: 1. Make sure that your windshield […]

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New Car Testing in Canada, How it Happens!

AJAC Testfest 2016 - Young Drivers of Canada

AJAC’s 2016 TestFest Showcases New Car Testing When the invitation came to attend the Canadian Car of the Year, 2016 TestFest, at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park in Bowmanville, Ontario, it was an opportunity that could not be missed by this Young Drivers of Canada blogger. This was, after all where the Canadian Car and Truck […]

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