Quebec Bans Drivers, Cyclists From Using Headphones
Quebec has announced that they will be enforcing new laws, starting on Saturday, that ban drivers and cyclists from using headphones.
OPP Handed Out More Than 11,000 Driving Tickets During Victoria Day Long Weekend
The Ontario Provincial Police charged more than 11,000 drivers during the Victoria Day long weekend.
OPP Says Distracted Driving Causes More Collisions Than Speeding, Drunk Driving
The OPP has released some statistics that shows further evidence that distracted driving is causing more collisions than impaired driving and speeding.
Young Drivers of Canada Releases iOS App to Help Students Study for Driving Test
YD Drive is a mobile app for iOS and Android that is more than just a practice test.
CAA: Red Light Texting is a Growing Problem in Canada
Red light texting is still a problem in Canada.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Talks About How Technology Can Revolutionize the Car
Apple's CEO Tim Cook offered some insight on where the company is going in the auto industry.
Fredericton Police: Distracted Driving Campaigns Aren’t Getting Through to People
Drivers in Fredericton have not been getting the message about the consequences of distracted driving.
Uber Relaunches uberPOOL in Toronto, Ensures Price Cuts for Riders This Winter
Uber has announced that they will be bringing uberPOOL back to Toronto and they will be cutting prices for riders this winter.
Cellphone Use While Driving is Getting Worse in New Brunswick
RCMP says too many drivers are still using their cellphones behind the wheel.
Edmonton Police Issue Hundreds of Distracted Driving Tickets, Fees in P.E.I Triple
The Edmonton Police Service issued hundreds of tickets for distracted driving in the city during its “Hang Up and Drive” campaign, a 24 hour ticketing blitz, on August 5.
Moose Jaw Judge: Looking At Cellphone While Driving Isn’t The Same As Using It
A Moose Jaw judge ruled that a Saskatchewan man Cory Haliwyz is not guilty after receiving a cellphone ticket last year.
Ontario Court Declares Holding Cellphone While Driving As Illegal
The Court of Appeal for Ontario has declared that it’s illegal to have a cellphone in hand while driving.