Driving Safety

 

 

Ontario Provincial Police - Driver Safety Page: http://www.opp.ca/ecms/index.php?id=167

Traffic Injury Research Foundation: http://www.tirf.ca/index.php

Teen Driver Safety Week – Parachute Canada: National Teen Driver Safety Week – Parachute (parachutecanada.org)

Distraction is anything that takes a driver’s attention away from the task at hand. Drivers using a mobile phone may be 4 times more likely to crash.

Here are some tips from Parachute Canada to help you stay safe behind the wheel.

  • Either mute or turn off your cell phone before leaving, storing then away to avoid usage
  • Use car controls responsibly and maintain awareness of the roadways
  • Do not eat, drink or groom yourself while driving
  • Follow laws and regulations where you are driving
  • Ensure you are aware of your surroundings
  • Become a role model for passengers in your vehicle.

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse: http://www.ccsa.ca/Eng/topics/Impaired-Driving/Pages/default.aspx

MADD Canada: http://www.madd.ca/

Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving  http://www.osaid.org/

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Winter Driving Ahead Banner

Plan Ahead PDF Document

  • Winter Weather
  • Winter Maintenance
  • Winter Driving
  • Winter Tires

 

Winter Tray Liner 2012 PDF Document

 

Facts from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation PDF Document

  • Winter Driving Brochure
  • Provincial Highway Information
  • Preparing Your Vehicle for Winter
  • Winter Driving Survival Kit
  • Before Heading Out in Winter Conditions
  • Winter Driving: Handling Your Vehicle
  • Winter Road Conditions
  • What to Do in an Emergency
  • Snowplows
  • Winter Maintenance Tools
  • Emergency Vehicles
  • Highway Closures

 

Information derived from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation website

http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/safety/winterdrive/winterdrive.shtml

 

 

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