Category: driving fatalities

Can you believe 10 seasons of Canada’s Worst Driver?

One of the most common conversation topics many people can relate to is the weather. If we had no weather, many people would just stop making small-talk with others. It’s a common element within our...

Shouldering responsibility as a driver

Looking back at our childhood often makes us cringe at the things we’ve done. I’ve jumped out of a tree with an umbrella hoping it would act like a parachute. I’ve jumped off a cliff...

Talk is cheap

Talk is cheap. We know that. I often try to prove what I’m trying to get across whenever I’m training someone how to drive at Young Drivers of Canada. There’s an old saying that “it’s...

Is a higher fine enough?

Raising kids is always a challenge. We all know that. Our kids have to learn early on in their lives that they are responsible for their own actions. If they continue to do the same...

Living the dream, or just dreaming?

I had a neighbour who would always answer me when I asked him how things were going for him by saying “I’m living the dream!” It’s not as common as we would like to live...

Is it an accident or a collision?

Is it an accident or a collision?

We’ve grown up hearing how at times words can be hurtful. I’m sure we’ve all said things that we may regret later in life. We’ve also said things that essentially mean very little. I think...

Turning left can be safer

I love driving. Okay, that’s got to be one of the most obvious statements I can make if you’re a regular reader of my articles. One of the reasons I enjoy driving is the fact...

Motorcyclists need respect too

For those of you who have read previous articles I’ve written you know that I promote road safety to everyone. It’s important to share the road regardless of who you are as it helps to...