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Taking a road trip can be an enjoyable activity for friends, families, and for those who just need a little time away from it all. There’s nothing quite like the allure of the open road, especially after long stretches of province-wide lockdowns. But driving in Ontario can be hazardous, especially during the winter months. Inclement weather can lead to car accidents resulting in serious injuries, or even fatalities. If you have decided to take a road trip and might encounter unfavourable weather conditions en route to your destination, some simple safety precautions may help you avoid disaster. To learn more, click here.
Cycling during the winter months can be an invigorating form of exercise, especially for people who’ve been cooped up at home for most of the day. It can also be an effective way to commute to work without coming into close contact with other people on public transit. But winter cycling can be dangerous, and could lead to accidents resulting in severe injuries. Click here to read more.
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.
According to a report by the Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS), unintentional injuries, including auto accidents, are the number one cause of death among young Canadians. There is nothing more tragic than losing a child, especially when the accident could have been prevented before it ever happened.When narrowing down the causes of unintentional injuries, automobile accidents...