Road Safety from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation
Learn about Road Safety from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation who is dedicated towards keeping you and your loved one's safe. The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) enables access to activities by providing and supporting safe, equitable, efficient, sustainable and convenient mobility options for people and goods.
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Report impaired driving. Call 911
Campaign 911 is a Canada-wide campaign to encourage and empower the Canadian public to report suspected impaired driving by calling 911. Impaired driving is the #1 criminal cause of death in Canada and, yet, every impaired driving crash is preventable. By calling 911 and reporting suspected impaired drivers to police, all Canadians can play a role in keeping our roads and waterways safe and in reducing impaired driving crashes, deaths and injuries.Join Campaign 911 today! Contact MADD Canada and review our campaign materials to learn how.
Youth and Impaired Driving
Road crashes continue to be leading cause of death among teenagers. The statistics for motor vehicle crashes and impairment-related crashes among young drivers are alarming.
Studies conclude that young drivers are over-represented in road crashes for two primary reasons: inexperience and immaturity. Although young people are the least likely to drive impaired, the ones who do are at very high risk of collision. For more information, please see Youth and Impaired Driving: Opportunities for Progress. (PDF)
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