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Back in the late Sixties, car makers began installing seat belts in cars. A decade or so later, 1976 to be exact, seat belt use became mandatory in Canada. Here we are approaching 40 years on and there are still people who don't wear their seat belts. Human nature is difficult to change. As cell ...
Like drunk driving, we all know that talking on the cell phone is less than intelligent. Like driving after a few too many, too many of us have indulged in the lure of the mobile phone without using a Bluetooth hands free system. Way back in 1997, University of Toronto researcher, Dr. Don ...
Despite the cellphone ban that dropped down a year ago, Canadians are still talking and texting while driving according to a new survey done by the Manitoba Canadian Automobile Association. According to the survey, 99.4% of the 11,000 people surveyed said they've seen drivers texting and talking ...