Learn more about distracted driving in Canada
At one time or another, we've probably all done it--driven while distracted. For many, nothing may have come of it that time, but there can be serious consequences of driving distracted. For this reason, much has been written and talked about with respect to distracted driving in Canada.
- Bad Behaviour: Confessions of a Canadian driver
- Bad Behaviour: Confessions of a perfect driver
- Bad Behaviour: Confessions of a speeder
- Bad Behaviour: Confessions of a single driver (and their married counterparts)
- Bad Behaviour: Confessions from the 100K club
- Infographic: The bad habits of Canadian drivers who drive distracted
- Distracted Driving Statistics: The raw data--driving distractions statistics
- Press release: Kanetix.ca survey reveals eight out of 10 Canadian drivers confess to a bad driving habit
Kanetix took to the streets of Toronto to see what drivers would admit to, on camera, about their own bad driving habits.
- Ways to avoid distracted driving habits
- Hands off: Distracted driving law to be enforced in Alberta
- Five bad driving traits that could cost you
- Driven to distraction: The impact of distractions on the Canadian driver
- Steer clear of cell phones: How taking a call while driving could raise your rates
- Shut up and drive? Dial and drive bans you should know about when travelling
Distracted driving remains prevalent
March 6, 2012 - The Globe and Mail
Distracted driving is the leading cause of road deaths
March 1, 2012 - CBC News
Distracted-driving guidelines introduced in U.S.
February 17, 2012 - CBC News
Toronto police riding the rocket to catch texting drivers
February 14, 2012 - CTV News
Learn more about the distracted driving laws where you live.