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And The Worst Road Goes To……

Hamilton’s number one, but it’s unlikely anyone’s celebrating. Burlington Street East has once against topped the CAA’s annual list of Ontario’s worst road. The stretch that runs from James Street North to Nikola Tesla Boulevard has been rising in position

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Disturbing News About Marijuana Use And Driving

A new Ipsos study, conducted on behalf of CAA has some pretty scary numbers about marijuana use and driving. 8% of marijuana users believe they drive better after smoking pot, than when they are sober. Another 29% of marijuana users

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Some Canada 150 Trivia. We Like To Communicate

Since we are celebrating Canada’s 150th this year, this piece of trivia caught my attention. I found this info graphic in the the Spring edition of the CAA Magazine. Did you know that in 1867 Canadian citizens did this for

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CAA Reminding Drivers to take Precaution on what can often be a Drowsy Monday Morning

This weekend clocks went forward for Daylight Savings Time resulting in one less hour of rest for Ontarians. A 2014 University of Colorado study showed that an increased risk of fatal crashes persists for the first six days of Daylight

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CAA Releases Top Destinations for 2017 March Break Travellers

Families planning to head south and explore Toronto for a memorable March Break There’s nothing like a packed car, the open road and a favourite destination in mind to get the family excited for March Break. Thousands of Southern Ontario

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CAA study identifies Canada’s worst traffic bottlenecks

Canada’s top 20 most congested traffic bottlenecks may cover just 65 kilometres, but they collectively cost drivers over 11.5 million hours and drain an extra 22 million litres of fuel per year. These are two findings of Grinding to a

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Where Is Canada’s Worst Traffic ?? According To CAA .. The GTA

CAA says our law-makers need to focus attention on relieving congestion on Canadian roadways. They released a new report that found Canada’s worst traffic, mainly here in the GTA, is comparable with or worse than the traffic they deal with

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33% Admit To Texting While At Red Light In The Last 30 Days

Q: Although 70% of us say this is unacceptable, one third of us admit to doing this in the last month.

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One in three drivers confess to driving distracted

Drivers are giving every excuse in the book for not paying attention behind the wheel. A new Ipsos survey conducted for CAA South Central Ontario shows one in three Ontarians admit to driving distracted because of their mobile devices, and the number one

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It’s Pothole Season. Have Your Say

Tis the season to weave and bob and swerve. Some potholes are a mere nuisance and others are incredibly dangerous. Have your say and help fix the roads by submitting your pothole location through CAA survey.   Ontario’s top 10

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