Ontario’s diverse terrain offers many trail options for off-road vehicle driving. Adventure enthusiasts will love the mud, rocky hills, wetlands and forests, not to mention the wildlife and beautiful lakes, particularly in the more remote areas of the province. Whether you want to go on a family ATV ride or a four-wheel drive (4WD) expedition, … Continue reading “7 Places for Off-Road Vehicle Driving in Ontario”
Motorcycle sales across Canada are booming. After more than a year of restrictions and public safety measures, many Canadians are eager to hit the open road, learn a new skill, and experience the exhilaration of riding a motorcycle. However, with more new riders on the road in Ontario, police are reporting a marked increase in serious motorcycle accidents in the province. For a beginner’s guide to safely riding a motorcycle in Ontario, click here.
New technologies are providing commuters everywhere with fast, environmentally friendly methods of getting where they need to go. Electric scooters, also known as e-scooters, are touted as being efficient and fun ways to travel locally. However, many road safety experts warn that riding e-scooters can result in serious injuries, both for the person using the scooter and the people they encounter. To learn more, click here.
In Canada, alcohol and or/drugs play a role in 55% of fatal motor vehicle collisions involving drivers between the ages of 16-25. It’s never too early to educate your teenager about the tragic real-world repercussions of impaired driving. To learn more about provincial drunk driving statistics, and methods for having a serious conversation with your teen, click here.