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Road Safety in Canada


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  • Website: Transport Canada
  • Resource type: Article

Summary - The message of this resource is:

Read this booklet to learn more about road safety and how to adopt safer driving behavior. Major road safety topics include: seat belt and child restraint use, at-risk drivers (young / novice, vulnerable or medically at-risk) and different types of dangerous driving (alcohol- and drug-impaired, aggressive and distracted driving).


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distracted driving , impaired driving , vulnerable drivers , infrastructure

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Rated on: 10/19/2018 2:29:02 PM

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