CAA is the title sponsor of the R.I.D.E. CHECKS Rewards booklet for the second year in a row. We're looking forward to rewarding responsible drivers with this booklet of coupons and useful road-safety information.
Make sure this holiday season is a joyous one. If you plan to drink, don’t drive.
While supplies last, you can visit your local CAA Store to receive a CAA R.I.D.E. CHECKS Rewards booklet.
For more than 75 years, the CAA School Safety Patrol program has been helping young children get to and from school safely. But we couldn't do this alone. More than 25,000 elementary student volunteers make this program possible.
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Everyone deserves a safe place to work, but roads, highways and bridges can be dangerous for workers stopped on the roadside assisting stranded motorists.
HOW YOU CAN HELP »
Ontario law makes it illegal for drivers to talk, text, type, dial or email using hand-held cell phones.
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More on distracted driving »
Driving becomes more challenging as we age. CAA provides information to help mature drivers stay mobile longer.
In Canada alone, there are more than 18.5 million vehicles on the road. That averages more than one vehicle per person. Our roads are more congested than ever before. So, to help you drive safely, we've compiled the following tips on:
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An amazing, end-to-end bike tour of Ontario's waterfront over eight action-packed days.
Get tips that can help keep you safe if you've been involved in a collision or if your vehicle breaks down.
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A CAA Driving Hero is someone who volunteers their time to help a mature adult who is no longer able to drive to get to places they need to go. Tell us about your Driving Hero and they will be rewarded with a special token of appreciation.
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