road safety

Baby on Board: Safe Driving with Kids in Canada

Distraction comes in many forms. Especially for parents. According to a poll of 2,000 new moms, nearly 10% of them had been in a collision while driving with their baby. Experts say that’s on par with teen drivers, widely considered the driving population with the highest crash risk. I recently…

Be Driven to Pass Your Driver’s License Test

The U.S. Department of Transportation calls distracted driving an epidemic in America. Taking time to study your driver’s manual and prepare for the driving test makes you a more aware driver. Put the extra effort into your written and driving tests and you’ll become a better driver, perhaps even save…

Cybersecurity and Hacking Concerns for Today’s Cars and Tomorrow’s Driverless Vehicles

Many cars already have numerous driverless features—say self-park, for example—that are designed to make driving less stressful and reduce the chance of collision. Experts agree that truly driverless cars are not just a dream anymore, but a reality that’s perhaps not very far in the future. But, driverless cars pose…

Did You Know That Fatigue Causes Distracted Driving? A.K.A. Drowsy Driving

By now, most people know that there are three main sources for distracted driving: Visual, Manual & Cognitive. Visual is when your eyes are not on the road, manual is your hands are doing something other than driving the vehicle (steering wheel, shifter, indicator) and cognitive is when your mind drifts…

Driving Forward with Safer Vehicles

Whether you have been driving for decades or you’re relatively new to the roads, safety should always be your top priority. That said the statistics unfortunately show that highway is still not where it needs to be. As anyone following highway safety numbers will tell you, one death is one…

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