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Hamilton Police 5h
Hamilton Police will be out on the streets for another long-weekend driving blitz. Make sure you buckle up and watch your speed. We want everyone to enjoy this long weekend with good memories.
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Foss National 4h
In this blog, we interview Charles Shrybman from on and how to improve :
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YoungDriversofCanada 6h
Speeding & aggression behind the wheel are not worth the life changing consequences they can result in. Speeding reduces a driver’s reaction time to unexpected events and can cause seriously injuries, damages and fatalities. Drive safe and obey the rules of the road!
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Scott Marshall Apr 17
Being in a hurry is no excuse for parking in an accessible parking space with a permit.
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 17
Replying to @WoollardRob
Precisely why you should not be doing anything else but focusing on your driving!
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 17
Do you multitask while driving? Well, anything that takes your eyes off the road for a second is considered distracted driving! Distracted driving is the leading cause of collisions in Canada. Don’t let yourself become part of the cause.
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 16
As a driver, preparation is the key to increasing your confidence behind the wheel and will also keep you safe on the road in a variety of situations. Here are 8 tips to help you navigate with confidence courtesy of :
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 15
Vancouver Police really doubled down on the enforcement of their distracted driving laws during the month of March, issuing over 2000 distracted driving tickets! Don't want to pay the price? It's simple. Keep your eyes on the road!
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 12
Scared of spiders? You may want to consider hypnosis to cure yourself (or just pull over) and avoid a situation like this one. Thankfully, the driver only suffered minor injuries.
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 11
Are you aware of the distracted driving laws and penalties in your province? Here's a refresher and some tips to make sure you're avoiding distractions behind the wheel!
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 10
Visual distractions, like your mobile phone & touch screen vehicle controls, take your eyes off the road long enough to cause an unfavourable situation. Set your phone to hands free or DND & adjust your vehicle settings prior to driving.
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 9
Are you a chatty with your passengers? Or do you find yourself daydreaming behind the wheel? These types of cognitive distractions are just as dangerous as physical distractions and can cause you to lose focus while you are driving!
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 8
Did you enjoy your coffee during your drive in this morning? Or did you finish your mascara in the car? Either way, these forms of manual distraction temporarily took your hands off the wheel and eyes off the road!
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 5
If you say that you have never experienced something similar to this…YOU'RE LYING TO US! 🤣
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 4
Cold, winter temperatures can put a lot of stress of your vehicle's battery. Visit your local mechanic and have them test the voltage and overall health of the battery to ensure your vehicle is ready for spring.
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 4
Congratulations on your 31 years as an expert on road safety!🍾
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 4
Replying to @SafeDriver
Congratulations to you,Scott! Cheers to many more years to come!🍾
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 3
Many factors contribute to the severity of a sentence when it comes to driving related offences. In this case, other details had to be examined to deliver an appropriate sentence for someone who had no intention of harm. How do you feel about this?
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 2
Slowing down, braking & the attempt to dodge potholes in winter weather can do a number on your braking system & alignment. It's a good idea to have your mechanic take a look at all of the above to prepare yourself for better driving conditions!
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YoungDriversofCanada Apr 2
According to the NASS - 1 in 66 children in Canada are diagnosed with Autism. This includes 1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls. Let’s do our part by educating ourselves about how we can show support and understanding to those who need us.
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