Learn about the common driving laws in the North American states and provinces before you go! This wonderful driving resource used to be available only as a paper book. Now it is available on line through the courtesy of the American Automobile Association for all to use. Planning on travel by vehicle?
I go to the gym in the evenings and I don't like carry my wallet with me or leaving it in the car as my car got broken into a few years ago so I usually don't carry my drivers licence with me but I have a photo copy with me just when I go to the gym.
How busy are our highways? Quoting from their web site, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure's Traffic Data Program monitors traffic volumes at several locations throughout the province. This information is used by ministry staff to help support planning, design, construction, and operation of the Ministry road network.
I recently purchased the "ResQMe" keychain rescue tool and a "LifeHammer" rescue tool. Both items perform the same functions (cut seat belt or break glass), however the LifeHammer claims to be able to break the windshield in an emergency.
Hey, that machine is driving on the wrong side of the road! Can that utility truck park like that while they fix the overhead wires? These are just two of similar questions that the public often ask. The answer is yes, as long as it is done safely.
Hosted by the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, the Educational Comics Collection contains a 1958 title, Driving Like a Pro. Originally offered by the Greyhound Corporation "in the interest of safety on our highways. It describes some of the methods that have made Greyhound the safest transportation of all - by far!"
A very annoying problem we hear on the local roads are the numerous Boom Boxes playing at all hours of day or night. I think our noise by-law should be enforced, as we have enough noise pollution as it is without these ridiculous noise boxes waking us from our sleep. Can you enlighten me on the subject please?
This is a column on etiquette and consideration for others that has little to do with safety, and everything to do with respect. I was asked to write on the subject of funeral processions by the friend of a family whose members were upset at the lack of thought shown by other drivers entering and leaving the procession to the cemetery.