Throughout Atlantic Canada, individuals use four-wheelers and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) as means of transportation. There are often specific routes and trails that are designated for ATVs. At intersections, motorists should yield to others who share the road. If a motorist
The Holiday Season is upon us! You may be attending or hosting many parties in the next few weeks. If you are planning on attending a social gathering with friends, family or coworkers and know that you will be consuming
As the winter months are fast approaching, Canadians should winter-proof their vehicles to make driving easier, safer and more reliable. Driving in the winter is always more challenging, even to the most experienced of drivers. You should always ensure that
Every time we put our vehicles on the road, we run the risk of getting into an automobile accident. Whether we’re commuting to work in rush hour on a Monday, or simply taking a ride on a Sunday afternoon, the
Did you know that there is only one province in Canada in which having winter tires on your vehicle is mandatory by law? In 2007, Quebec instituted Law 42 which requires all persons operating a motor vehicle to install four
October 31st is a thrilling night for many. In the excitement of trick-or-treating, it’s easy forget about important safety precautions. Serious accidents are more likely to occur with the combination of increased pedestrian traffic, alcohol use and parties. For this
Motor vehicle accidents continue to be the leading cause of death and hospitalizations for children under the age of 14 in Canada. Surveys also demonstrate that nearly 80% of Canadian children were improperly restrained while travelling in a passenger vehicle.