The safety of Canadian motorists has always been a top priority for CAA and the need to provide information on safe driving for drivers and their families is at our core.
While numbers may vary, the evidence to date clearly shows that driver distraction is an important issue for road safety. CAA believes that the rise of habits that constitute distracted driving, and particularly texting while driving, over the past decade is a serious cause for concern.… more »
Impaired driving, long a major concern of Canadians, used to mean drunk driving. No more. Canadians driving impaired because they are under the influence of prescription drugs, or of illegal drugs, are an increasing issue. … more »
Winter weather conditions pose unique challenges and safety risks for most Canadian drivers. To help Canadians prepare for winter driving, CAA partnered with Transport Canada and released a brochure listing the top 10 winter driving safety tips drivers need to know.
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CAA cares about the safety of your teen and we want to help prepare you and your child for the dangers of driving. … more »
CAA supports strategies that take into account our aging population, including, developing an ability-based licensing program, rather than one based solely on age.… more »
Road Safety Campaign Toolkit
CAA and the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) have partnered to create a toolkit for road safety campaigns. It contains information, tips, and research to help communities design effectiv… more »