Lock it or Lose It

Lock It or Lose It

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is encouraging citizens to “Lock It or Lose It.” The goal is to encourage citizens to take a few simple precautions that will protect their property and vehicles from theft. An unlocked door or an open window is an invitation to thieves. Citizens are encouraged to take a look around…

Distracted Driving is a Problem

Canadian Drivers are being distracted with a number of tasks they are attempting while driving their cars including use of entertainment systems, eating, in-car discussions, reaching back for an item, interacting with GPS device, talking on the phone hands-free, talking on the phone in-hand, adjusting clothing, adjusting making, and texting…Read more (Full PDF) 

New impaired driving Laws are Here

    New impaired driving laws are here as of Dec 18, 2018. Stricter impaired driving laws come into effect that will allow officers to demand breath samples without ‘reasonable suspicion.’According to the OPP, more than 7,300 impaired driving charges were laid across Ontario between the start of the year and mid-November.  Simply put – call…

Distracted Driving Laws Changing

Ontario’s new tough distracted driving rules to take effect January 1, 2018   Simply holding a cell phone or other electronic device while at the wheel counts as distracted driving. As of Jan. 1, 2019, motorists charged with distracted driving will face fines as high as $1,000, incur three demerit points, and receive a three-day driver’s…