Road Safety.

Let’s work together to keep our roads safe.

Pedestrian Safety.

Pedestrians use Ontario’s roads daily – in school zones, at intersections and at crosswalks. Many of us are both motorists and pedestrians. It’s our responsibility to follow the rules of the road to keep everyone safe.

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Cannabis Impaired Driving.

With the legalization of cannabis, CAA continues to work with the government to ensure road safety is a top priority.

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Ontario Road Safety Resource.

Teaching kids about road safety? This bilingual, curriculum-based website includes lesson plans, tools and activities that will help you teach road safety in a fun and engaging way.

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Slow Down, Move Over.

Roadside service workers depend on everyone to slow down and move over for stopped emergency vehicles and tow trucks with flashing lights.

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Winter Driving.

Driving in Canadian winters means we all need to anticipate poor driving conditions and prepare for the unexpected.

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Stranded Driver Tips.

What do you do if your vehicle breaks down or you’re in a collision? Follow this guide to get off the road as quickly and safely as possible.

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CAA School Safety Patrol®.

CAA’s School Safety Patrollers have been keeping children safe in Ontario for over 85 years.

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Senior Driving.

Driving becomes more challenging as we age. CAA provides information to help mature drivers stay mobile longer.

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Teen Driving.

Getting a driver’s licence comes with many new responsibilities. Find out if your teen is properly prepared to take these on.

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