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TPS Traffic Services Apr 9
.At 50km you travel 13.9m/s = 20.85m in 1.5 seconds. You need 12.30m to stop. Double the speed. At 100km you travel 27.80m/s = 41.70m in 1.5 seconds. You’ll now need 49.21m to stop. That’s an 11 story building ^bm tkx
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Drop It And Drive® Jan 10
legislation has changed in some provinces. The Canadian Coalition on E-hub, Legislation & Data page has been updated to reflect these recent changes. It's also available for PDF download in French.
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Drop It And Drive® Oct 3
- The distracted brain sacrifices areas of the posterior brain important for visual attention & alertness to recruit enough brain resources to perform a secondary, cognitive task. Learn more in our fact sheet:
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TIRF Canada Mar 19
: Acknowledging individual motivations for risky driving behaviours & developing strategies to address them is an important component of effective campaigns. Learn more & share: Distracted Driving & Behaviour Change
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TIRF Canada 17 Jan 18
Check out our new Canadian Coalition on Distracted Driving web-based information hub at . It is designed as a resource with tools to help governments & interested stakeholders develop effective strategies to reduce .
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Drop It And Drive® Oct 4
- Language shapes policy as well as action or inaction. The term ‘crash’ or ‘collision’ instead of ‘accident’ acknowledges that the event could have been prevented. Learn more in Let's Talk About Crashes:
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TIRF Canada 16 Jan 18
is a behavioural problem. Behaviour change strategies are an important tool to reduce . Learn how you can help:
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Carranza LLP 12 Mar 18
Why is the term ‘accident’ inappropriate? 1- It suggests events are random, 2- It implies that no party is at fault, & 3- It is imprecise. Let’s Talk About Crashes fact sheet: via
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Drop It And Drive® Mar 7
There is not one solution to this complex issue of ; a variety of approaches are needed to begin to bring about the desired behavioural & societal changes. Recognizing the varying motivations for behavioural change is important.
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TIRF Canada 1 May 17
Thanks to all members & stakeholders at the 2nd annual meeting of the Canadian Coalition on .
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Drop It And Drive® Aug 28
: our CCDD E-Hub distracted driving fact sheets are available in both English & French? Download today in PDF:
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Drop It And Drive® 5 Jul 17
Practice Safe Driving - Perspectives for Patients now available as a public service
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TIRF Canada Mar 21
- Looking for a safe & fun way to start the conversation with your teens? Sit down with your new drivers and try these online simulators together:
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Scott Baptist May 8
Today 3rd Annual mtg of the Canadian Coalition On Distracted Driving. Multi-sector collaboration. Don’t be a dummy - put the phone down!
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Drop It And Drive® 3 Mar 17
A collaborative approach is needed to address . See our National Action Plan
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TIRF Canada Mar 15
Are you looking for the latest research studies about ? Search abstracts in our e-hub according to age, distraction type, jurisdiction or methods. Find all this on our CCDD E-Hub Research page:
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TIRF Canada 17 Jan 18
: New online resources now available to address risks associated with .
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Kirsty Sheldon 2 Mar 17
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Drop It And Drive® Mar 20
Do you know the fines & penalties in your jurisdiction for ? Our E-Hub Data & Legislation page can help.
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Driving-Tests.ca 2 Mar 17
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