At this time of year police increase efforts to raise public awareness about road safety, with a particular focus on reducing impaired driving. You’ll likely see more police checkpoints across the province. A key message of course is don’t drink, or take drugs, and drive.
Whether we are driving to work, or taking the kids to soccer practice, Canadians spend a great deal of time on the road, and unfortunately there is always potential for a collision. Transport Canada statistics show sixty-seven Canadian children died in motor vehicle collisions in 2010.¹ In 2012 the leading cause of injury among young persons was motor vehicle crashes.²Therefore, securing your child in the proper child safety seat is paramount, and could prevent a catastrophic injury if you have a crash.
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