We know that tires are considered to be worn out at 1.5 mm or 2/32nds of an inch unless they are winter tires, in which case the limit is 3 mm or 4/32nds of an inch of tread depth. Is that really enough?
Category: Road Safety
“Each of our 110 local organizations need to find insurance coverage when it’s not done by a prov. sponsor or public insurer,” said a Tweet from Operation Red Nose
ICBC offers tips on how to manage driving after the time change
The new base fee for speeding in a construction zone is $210, triple the base fine for speeding and among the highest fines in the country
After more than six months of running the Mobiliz program, Industrial Alliance says that 52 percent of young insureds have already improved their driving behaviour
Over 60 percent of Halloween accidents occur in the 4-hour period from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.
To quote from the analysis: “Although the plaintiff adamantly denies this, the cell phone records provide some objective evidence that the plaintiff was on the cell phone at the time of the accident and she was distracted entering the intersection.”
With a posted speed limit of 85 miles per hour (136.79 kilometres per hour), the 41-mile stretch of Highway 130 runs between Austin and San Antonio, two of the state’s biggest metropolitan areas
About 240,000 Canadian vehicles including Yaris, RAV4, Tundra, Camry and Corolla models are affected
Now in its ninth year, Project Ignition offers grants to students and their advisors interested in creating impactful awareness campaigns focused on teen driver safety while using service-learning
Manufacturers are guided by a standard set by the Society of Automotive Engineers known as J1226 Electric Speedometer Specification. At speeds above about 90 km/h the allowable range for speed is 4% of the highest reading shown on the speedometer.
Wednesdays had the second highest number of claims, said Nationwide Insurance