Monthly Archive: December 2009

A safe driving voice…

A safe driving voice…

This came from an online radio interview I did awhile ago, which was based from Chicago. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/vehicle-vibes-radio/2009/12/29/are-you-really-a-safe-driver

Stats don’t lie

I was recently looking up some traffic statistics and came across some interesting information. The highest percentage of fatalities and serious injuries across Canada come from the 15 – 19 age group; even though that...

I’m warning you!

How many times have you been driving when, suddenly, a dashboard warning light pops up, but you’re not quite sure you know what’s wrong? Even though our Young Drivers of Canada course covers typical dashboard...

Do you need to drive?

I recently wrote about when you should learn how to drive – http://thesafedriver.ca/2009/12/03/when-should-you-learn-to-drive/ – but after thinking about this and talking about this with others, I may have forgotten a big part of this process....

Sometimes you just need to ask; why?

I often see people drive in such a manner I just have one question to ask; why? Have you ever thought why drivers drive like they do? Instead of us wondering why they drive that...

When should you learn to drive?

As a driving instructor with Young Drivers of Canada for almost 22 years now, I’ve taught thousands of people how to drive. I’ve also logged over one million kms on all of my vehicles, both...

What’s your passion?

I was recently asked why I write these articles for this site, newspapers, magazines and websites. It really made me think about it, so I took some time to put it all together. I have...