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Drop It And Drive on CTV Morning Live

Part of our whirlwind week-long trip to Ottawa, Kingston & Odessa included a visit to the CTV Morning Live studio in beautiful ByWard Market, Ottawa. We were in town helping to promote the national Leave the Phone Alone pledge…please take it today & commit to avoiding distractions while driving! We…

Ending Distracted Driving with Driverless Cars? [Infographic]

In BC, we are about half way through the RCMP’s distracted driving awareness month. Injuries and fatalities caused by distracted driving remain high and Secretary Ray LaHood’s recent announcement calls on automakers to actively help address the issue with Proposed ‘Distraction’ Guidelines for Automakers. Ian Duncan, with The Vancouver Sun,…

Canada & USA – Not So Different When it Comes to Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is not merely a national problem, not for Canada and not for the United States of America. It doesn’t stop or start at the 49th parallel. The issue is not limited to age, race, religion, culture or language. Where there are vehicles on the road, there are bound…

1st Annual Distracted Driving Awareness Poster Contest

Earlier this month, the RCMP announced that February is Distracted Driving Awareness Month in BC. Inspired by our 8-year-old daughter’s experience and the posters she created after the accident, D.I.A.D. is announcing their 1st Annual Distracted Driving Awareness Poster Contest for elementary schools across British Columbia. Although in-class presentations are…

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…

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