5 tips to staying safe for drivers this season
A majority of Canadians say dangerous driving has been increasing recently.
CAA’s statement on the federal government’s announcement on air passenger refunds
CAA has been pushing since March for access to refunds for Canadians left holding the bag when their flights got cancelled due to COVID-19. Thousands of Canadians were left with multi-thousand-dollar...
CAA recognizes best 2020 road safety article
CAA is pleased to present the 2020 CAA Road Safety Journalism Award to Justin Pritchard for an article exploring the important role good headlights can play.
Cannabis-impaired driving still a significant issue among young Canadians, CAA finds
One-fifth of 18-24-year-olds – equivalent to over half a million Canadians – say they have driven high or been in a vehicle with a high driver, according to new research from the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) released today.
Lack of proper infrastructure a key barrier to Canadians cycling more, CAA finds
Nearly one in three Canadians (31 percent) say they would cycle more if cycling infrastructure was better, according to a poll by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) released today.
Canadians see increase in dangerous driving during pandemic, CAA finds
A majority of Canadians (59 percent) are reporting an increase in dangerous driving while COVID-19 restrictions have been in place.