Distracted Driving Causes More Injuries than Impaired Driving Says SGI
SGI says more people in Saskatchewan are injured in distracted driving collisions every year.
Winnipeg Police Reminds Residents About Consequences of Distracted Driving
Winnipeg police say speeding and distracted driving continue to be a problem on city roadways.
Cellphone Playing Podcast in Cupholder Not Distracted Driving Says B.C. Judge
A Campbell River resident has successfully had a distracted driving ticket thrown out after he was ticketed listening to an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience while driving.
Wearing Earbuds Connected to Dead Phone is Distracted Driving Says Judge
A British Columbia Supreme Court ruling published on October 6 upheld and validated the ruling of a lower court on a case in which a Vancouver resident, Patrick Henry Grzelak, was convicted of distracted driving for having two earbuds in his ear that were connected to his phone, which was stashed away in the “centre...
Holding a Disabled Cellphone Still Counts as Distracted Driving in B.C. Rules Judge
Can you hold a disabled cellphone while driving? The answer is no, according to a B.C. Supreme Court judge.
B.C. Supreme Court Judge Rules Cellphone in Lap is Distracted Driving
Having your cellphone in your lap constitutes distracted driving, according to a B.C. judge.
Judge Acquits Vancouver Island Woman’s Driving Ticket for Charging Phone
The decision adds yet another layer of clarification to provincial law on the issue.
Saskatchewan Police Impounded 91 Repeat Distracted Driving Offenders’ Vehicles in 2019: SGI
A distracted driver or an inattentive driver factored into more than 6,000 collisions in 2018, resulting in 774 injuries and 22 deaths.
Saskatchewan Increasing Fines for Distracted Driving Starting Tomorrow
The first offence for distracted driving will go from $280 CAD to $580. After a conviction, the penalties escalate for a second offence within a calendar year.
B.C. Driver Gets Ticketed for Switching Song on Dash-Mounted Cellphone
The Vancouver Island woman plans to fight the driving ticket.
60-Year-Old Ontario Man Ticketed While Watching a YouTube How-To Video
The police caught him watching a YouTube video on his phone while driving.
Australia Launches World-First AI Camera System to Prevent Distracted Driving
An Australian state has officially launched AI cameras capable of detecting drivers who are using their mobiles illegally.