Category: etiquette

What can you learn from Canada’s Worst Drivers?

Every year for the past number of years, Canadian viewers have viewed, laughed and most likely screamed at various drivers they’ve viewed on a weekly basis. Now, why would anyone laugh each week at drivers...

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...

Do we have the right to “punish” other drivers?

Growing up I’m sure we’ve all been punished for things we’ve done wrong. Getting ‘grounded’ or having a ‘time-out’ was a common thing to have happen when we didn’t follow the rules when we were...

When did blocking drivers become a driving skill?

Ever since I was a kid I was taught manners. I was encouraged to say please and thank you and hold the door open for the next person. It’s something I also have taught my...

If your vehicles could talk, what would they say?

Remember when we were kids we would talk to our toys? We even pretended they were talking to us. Maybe a few of you actually heard them talk? We used our imaginations a lot back...

Driving without road signs

Ever since we were kids we were always told what to do. We either grew up with our parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles and even siblings telling us what we should do and should not...