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Behind the wheel of a car, it does not take much for frustration to turn to anger. Operating a motor vehicle can be stressful, and in moments of heightened stress, a small provocation can cause people to lose control of their emotions. Road rage is more than an unpleasant state of mind when driving. In Ontario, road rage is a serious problem that could have dangerous repercussions. To learn about the effects of road rage and methods for overcoming it, click here.
In the short time it takes a driver to check a cell phone notification or look for a different radio station, serious motor vehicle accidents can occur. Any number of distractions behind the wheel can cause collisions that end in serious injuries or loss of life. Distracted driving is a pervasive problem on roads across the country. In Ontario, the consequences of distracted driving have been particularly tragic. Click here to learn more.
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