“This should be mandatory for all staff, just like IT Security, workplace safety. Everyone needs to see this presentation.” – The Co-operators, Burlington, ON
100% would recommend our presentation to others. “I greatly appreciate your courage and personal stories. This message needs to be delivered to all. Never stop the fight. Program should be mandatory for new drivers, if not all drivers at renewal time. Thank you for making a difference in the way I will think about driving. Great, great presentation.” – FortisBC, Burnaby, BC
“Need more people to see this, don’t let it be an option to see it.” – The Co-operators, Guelph, ON
“I think this presentation should be mandatory in the safety orientation of all workers in all companies.” – 2016 Western Conference on Safety, Vancouver, BC
“Wish more people would have seen this – work, schools, new drivers, experienced drivers.” – 2016 Western Conference on Safety, Vancouver, BC
“I would highly recommend to any school, municipality or corporation in Canada to have Drop It And Drive attend their organization to present to their students, staff or key stakeholders.” -City of Ottawa, Traffic Management and Operational Support Branch
“Should be made mandatory for all drivers.” -PennWest Exploration
“Couldn’t forget this message even if I tried. Best Presentation Ever.” -Walker Aggregates Inc.
“Seen a few presentations on distracted driving, this was by far the best.” – Northern Mat & Bridge Ltd.
“Best presentation I’ve seen in years! Good job!!!” ~Participant, BC Crime Prevention Association Training Symposium
“Keep up your excellent work!” ~Participant, BC Crime Prevention Association Training Symposium
“Adults/parents need to hear this message too.” ~Participant, BC Crime Prevention Association Training Symposium
“The difference with D.I.A.D. is that it provided an all rounded presentation. The impact of the presentation is greater by including all perspectives and therefore D.I.A.D. provides any audience with a powerful, life changing presentation. I believe all communities should be proactive by having this presentation!” ~ Karie Ackerman, Executive Director, Ponoka Victim Services Unit with the Ponoka RCMP Detachment, Alberta