Sunday on Cross Country Checkup: driving with cellphones
Quebec wants it criminalized. B.C. and Ontario are cracking down Labour Day weekend— all to stop what’s fast becoming more deadly than drunk driving. What is the best way to end cellphone use while driving?
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Links and Articles
- Quebec to Ottawa: Consider criminalizing cellphone use while driving
- DriveCare devices silence cellphones to prevent distracted driving
- Federal government won’t introduce cellphone driving law, will leave issue to provinces
- Criminal offence not needed for cellphone use while driving: Saskatoon police chief
- Distracted driving continues to be issue in New Brunswick
- Are stronger laws the solution to curbing distracted driving?
- Despite crackdowns, distracted driving remains a problem across Canada
- New ad campaign makes distracted drivers think twice
- New shock ad against texting and driving attacks smartphone addiction
- Emergency room doctor says making it a criminal offence long overdue
- Distracted driving laws across Canada (Mar.