British Columbia Medical Journal Reveals Teen Driving Study Findings

British Columbia Medical Journal Suggests Age, Inexperience and Alcohol Contribute to Vehicular Fatalities The recent issue of the British Columbia Medical Journal has found that high speed, alcohol and night driving were the most common contributing factors associated with fatalities and collisions among young drivers. The study also found that drivers in the Interior and […]

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Teen Driver Safety Campaign

There are a number of issues that are important to teen drivers.  When it comes to drinking and driving, aggressive driving and texting and driving, Canadian teens have strong opinions and their opinions matter. VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! Canadian secondary school students have produced their videos for the Is It Worth It? Teen Driver Safety Campaign. […]

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