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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 18
No, you cannot turn a curb into a lane. (This could have gone so badly…)
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Public Safety Canada Jan 18
Blizzards, ice storms and high winds can develop quickly and threaten life and property. Learn what to do before, during and after a severe storm:
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 17
Driving tips from the pros! Race car driver shares his advice for getting behind the wheel on city winter roads. 👌
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 16
Safe driving begins before you even get in the car… shares 9 tips (this one included!) for staying safe on those winter roads.
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Public Safety Canada Jan 15
In an emergency you should be prepared to be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours. and make your today.
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 15
Not surprisingly, we're big fans of training for taxi/rideshare drivers. It's good to see municipalities like consider mandatory training for "ride-hailing drivers."
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Scott Marshall Jan 15
How to avoid the unnecessary traffic jams.
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Doug Hoyes Jan 12
JUST RELEASED: I don't have a lot of $, but I need a car for work; how can I stay safe and save $? , Director of Training for , explains: Audio and Transcript: Video:
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 14
If you think they can't see you trying to hide your phone - guess again! I am sure we can all find better things to do with an extra $600 (or more)!
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 11
Do you think they've got snow tires on? 😬
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Scott Marshall Jan 11
Not only is texting while stopped at traffic lights illegal, it's dangerous. Here's what all drivers should know.
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 11
Impaired driving never has been and never will be acceptable under any circumstance. However, Ontario's new (very strict) laws in regards to the matter have already begun stirring up some controversy. Thoughts?...
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 10
How many drinks are too many under the new, tougher impaired driving laws? Data from offers some general guidelines: by
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 9
Winter is actually a great time to do your drivers training. Our certified instructors are trained (and regularly re-trained) to help you prep to drive in any weather. Sign up today:
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NHTSA Jan 9
No story or snap is worth a life.
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Scott Marshall Jan 8
As drivers we have to think of the big picture. It’s not about getting caught, getting a ticket or a warning. It’s about how your actions could affect other people.
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 8
In Canada, we're familiar with the experience of driving in freezing rain of course. But do you know why it happens? ❄️ by
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OPP GTA Traffic Jan 7
COLLISION: WB approaching Donald Cousens Pkwy - Vehicles blocking right lane. ^jt
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Public Safety Canada Jan 7
Got a text while driving? It can wait. Don’t text and drive. Distracted driving IS impaired driving. Find more info on impaired driving on the website:
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YoungDriversofCanada Jan 7
The good news: safety built into newer vehicles can save lives. But, do you know how to use it? (Think back-up sensors, blind-spot detection etc.) by
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