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Let’s work together to keep our roads safe.
Safe driving requires focus and concentration so you don’t lose sight of what matters most – the road.
Whether you’re using two wheels or four, understand your role in keeping our roads safe for all users.
Two million Ontario students depend on all of us to help make their daily school commute as safe as possible.
With the legalization of cannabis, CAA continues to work with the government to ensure road safety is a top priority.
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.
Roadside service workers depend on everyone to slow down and move over for stopped emergency vehicles and tow trucks with flashing lights.
Driving in Canadian winters means we all need to anticipate poor driving conditions and prepare for the unexpected.
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.
CAA’s School Safety Patrollers have been keeping children safe in Ontario for over 85 years.
Driving becomes more challenging as we age. CAA provides information to help mature drivers stay mobile longer.
Getting a driver’s licence comes with many new responsibilities. Find out if your teen is properly prepared to take these on.
Learn how the new driving laws could impact you.
Everyone wants a safe and carefree summer on the road. Check out these important safety tips and reminders whether you use two wheels or four.
Age-related changes don’t have to mean the end of a driving life. Find out more about CAA’s free toolkit for senior drivers and their loved ones.