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VANCOUVER EMERGENCY SERVICES PULL ‘VICTIM’ FROM CRASH FOR A CAUSE

NOVEMBER 19, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Vancouver, BC – November 21st marks the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims, a day for Canadians to remember lives lost, families forever changed and to reflect upon and educate one another about what we can do to increase safety behind the…

Don’t tempt fate…that text can wait!

This is another great Canadian video entering the arena to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. Using a combination of videos (including excerpts from a UK PSA – caution it is reality-based, graphic & is not recommended for young viewers), stories and straight-talk conversations with youth help to show just…

February is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

While not illegal in every province, distracted driving is of sufficient concern that the RCMP has designated February as Distracted Driving Awareness Month. And, they are cracking down on a multitude of distracting behaviour behind the wheel. Multi-tasking is a skill highly valued in today’s workforce and is essential to…

Sneaky texter gets a break, but not the point

via Driving.ca BY SANDRA GLENDINNING, VANCOUVER SUN If the sudden brake lights and overall decrease in acceleration I observe when in traffic are to be believed, the majority of drivers spot an operational, unmarked police car from a distance. Then there are those who are more focused on the little…

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