Category: respect

Has your driving mentality changed?

As written for Driving in the Real World Let’s face facts; life is busy. We know that. We fill our lives with our jobs, family, friends, and adult responsibilities each and every day. It’s sometimes...

Safe Driving Week should last a full year

As written for The Insurance Hunters. Please visit their blog. Throughout Canada we generally have two weeks of the year that focus on safe driving; one week in the spring and the other at the...

For some drivers, what would it take…

Where ever I go I often get asked driving advice. People want the little bits of information that will either prove to them they’re doing what they’re supposed to do, or advice to help them...

When you learned to drive, were you really ready?

When you learned to drive, were you really ready?

Deep down we all do things for a reason. Even as kids we did what we wanted, but when asked by our parents why we did what we did, we often replied “I don’t know”....

How distracted driving really affects your abilities

As written for The Insurance Bureau of Canada. Please visit their blog; Remember as a kid you kept hearing the same things from your parents over and over again? The interesting thing is after some...

Be careful, we know who you are

Growing up with red hair, I was easily spotted by people I knew. It was a little tough to hide in a crowd. One of my kids also has red hair and it’s fairly long....

Questions for a tailgater…

When I’m teaching my students at Young Drivers of Canada I will often remind them to ask questions any time they feel confused or aren’t sure what to do next. I promote the asking of...

Distracted driving – what you may have missed

As written for The Insurance Hunters. Please visit their blog. We’ve heard so much recently about distracted driving that we’re probably pretty tired about hearing all of the problems associated to doing it. Part of...