New studies suggest advanced technology not a savior
For all those who continue to engage in any form of distracted driving, I urge you to consider your behaviour and put a stop to it.
Why is distracted driving so prevalent despite the known dangers and warnings?
Volvo has just made three major announcements in an effort to further the company's Vision 2020 safety goal.
Here are some automotive trends that I feel will influence our industry over the next 12 months.
As the existing fines seem to have done little to deter folks from using their phone while driving, the new law comes with some serious teeth that grow sharper for repeat offenders.
Distracted driving — according to the statistics — is now the No. 1 killer of people in and by automobiles followed by impaired driving.
Starting on January 1, 2019, Ontario drivers who are convicted of distracted driving for the first time could receive a fine of up to $1,000
With winter here it’s a crucial time of year to remind drivers that distracted driving is illegal and dangerous.
Larry Lantz’s column on diverting your attention while behind the wheel garnered some interesting reaction from Wheels readers.
In Ontario, for the fourth straight year, distracted driving is the leading factor in fatal road accidents (65) investigated by the OPP.
Wheels Editor Norris McDonald publishes a selection of the 50 letters received in response to his column about treating these distractions as seriously as impaired driving.
The penalties for distracted driving have to be every bit as severe as the sanctions for impaired driving.
Wheels Editor Norris McDonald called a friend to talk about Pokémon Go and wound up talking about distracted driving in general
While both the U.S. and Canada were built by the railways, America became much more of a car culture than Canada — and it shows
After a hugely successful tenure Doug Sutherland reflects upon TADA's accomplishments in his farewell column.
I think if you drink and drive, or text and drive, that you should lose your licence for two years, minimum Speak to the judge.
Whether it’s us or another driver (its usually always the other driver, right!?) these five common driving pet peeves will be addressed for those who truly understand what it’s like to drive where
New evidence suggests use of hands-free communication devices may be just as distracting as hand-held cellphone use.
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