Road Rage

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Cutting people off, flipping the bird, and screaming out of the window these are all signs of road rage and unfortunately these are a few of my boyfriend’s driving habits. I never understood why he would get so upset and feel the need to do such things. How would yelling out the window affect the […]

A Night to Remember

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As a teenager I remember feeling invincible – as if nothing bad could ever happen to me. I heard stories on the news about car crashes everyday but I never thought twice about sharing my seat with a friend – let alone buckling up.  It is easy to forget how dangerous driving is, especially when […]

Better Late than Never

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By: Diana R. One of the most valuable lessons I’ve learned about driving is to take my time.  I was collision-free until the day I was in a rush to pick my husband up from work.  I backed out of the driveway in such a hurry that I failed to check my rear view mirror […]

Distractions: Music

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By: Norissa S.  Have you ever found yourself turning down the music in your car while searching for a parking spot in a busy lot? It’s as if the music being lowered somehow makes me more alert and able to find an empty parking spot. For me, this is enough evidence to conclude that music […]

Aftermath of the Vaughan Collision

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By Lola Waheed On Sunday, September 27th, 2015, there was a collision between an SUV and minivan in Vaughan.  Daniel Neville-Lake (9), his brother, Harrison (5), sister Milly (2), and grand-father, Gary Neville (65) were killed. The children’s grandmother and great-grandmother were also in the vehicle, and are currently in stable condition. According to a […]

Taxi Cab Safety

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By Nero As someone in my mid 20s, I have been using taxis for years. Whether it was for a night out, a ride to the airport or transporting belongings from an old apartment – I used taxis with high frequency.  Seatbelts were never mandatory. I often didn’t wear them and the driver never reminded […]

Day After Alcohol Consumption

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  By Rosie P. As we all know drinking and driving is extremely dangerous and illegal. Most of us are responsible enough to avoid such a situation. However many people think it’s okay to get into their cars and drive in the morning after drinking. They don’t realise they could still be over the legal […]

Be Sure to Scan the Road for Kids

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By Nero S. Now that summer is upon us, there are certain things we should be paying more attention to.  No, I’m not talking about allergies, or getting sunburnt – it’s about being an observant driver.  With the warmer weather, we see more people outside playing sports, walking around, and just generally enjoying the great […]