Ottawa Motorists Won’t Change Their Distracted Driving Behaviours

Ottawa Police Issue $1 Million in Distracted Driving Fines Ottawa law enforcement has issued more than $1 million dollars in fines to motorists for distracted driving in this year alone and it not the end of the year. Despite the enormous amount of fines issued, motorists are not deterred and continue to engage in distracted […]

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The True Cost Of Distracted Driving

How Much Does Distracted Driving Cost? Everyday the news is filled with stories about distracted driving. If it is not a story involving someone caught by law enforcement doing some outrageous distracted driving activity behind the wheel, it’s a story about the consequences of distracted driving, usually referencing a fatality. So Why Does Distracted Driving […]

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State Farm’s Canadian Driving Survey is Revealing

Road Rage Young Drivers of Canada

Driving Survey Reveals Canadian Opinion On Fellow Drivers In it’s recent survey on Canadian driving habits, State Farm revealed that one in three Canadian drivers have engaged in road rage type behaviours. The survey revealed that drivers will get angry at other drivers if they are tailgated, cut off or exposed to another driver’s distractions […]

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AAA Finds Females More Distracted Behind the Wheel

Recent AAA Research Reveals Females More Distracted When Driving In response to statistics that indicate that the main reason deaths amongst teens are automobile collisions, The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety decided it was time to determine why these statistics continue to rise. The study focused on why teen drivers have vehicle collisions. AAA reconfirmed […]

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Distracted Driving Surpasses Drunk Driving In U.S.

Distracted Driving Takes Over Drunk Driving Stats In the United States, texting while driving has now taken over as the leading cause of death in collisions involving teens. Alarmingly, at any given hour across the United States, approximately 660,000 motorists are using their cellphone while operating a motor vehicle. Despite over 45 States taking proactive […]

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