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Thanksgiving Safety Blitz
The blitz, dubbed ‘Operation Impact,’ will begin today and run through Thanksgiving Monday.
During the blitz, police say that officers will be on the lookout for aggressive driving, alcohol/drug impaired driving, inattentive driving and lack of seat belt use.
Ontario Provincial Police say that those four factors have been the leading causes in the deaths of 156 people on Ontario roads so far this year.
Distracted driving is more than just using your cell phone while behind the wheel — according to the official RCMP website, distracted driving is anything that can lead to a driver’s impaired judgement while on the road.
“Distracted driving is now higher on the list than impaired driving when it comes to people being killed on the road.”
New penalties in 2019 if convicted of distracted driving – Increased Fines and Licence Suspensions.
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New study shows alarming figures on distracted driving.
“I’m a big user of technology myself, but be aware if you’re distracted and driving, you may injure yourself and kill someone else,” said Denis Talbot, a spokesperson for Allstate. “You’re just fiddling around. You’re not watching the road.”
Fail to Move for Emergency Vehicle
Proceed with caution, clear the way and bring your vehicle to a stop, where required. It’s the law. Penalties and fines regarding reacting to an approaching or stopped emergency vehicle include: First Offence: $400 to $2,000, plus 3 demerit points upon conviction.*