Welcome to the Danger Zone: CAA South Central Ontario study finds unsafe driving prevalent within Ontario
Thornhill, Ontario– A new study by market research company DIG Insights has confirmed what a lot of drivers already know. It’s dangerous out there! The report indicates that 98 percent of drivers surveyed reported that they had seen unsafe driving within the last year. This number is up three percent from the previous year. This […]
Winnipeg, Manitoba — Based on analysis of claims received by Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) between November and March, the public insurer has found that winter tire use reduces collision claim frequency by 6.3 percent. The analysis was based on collision claims over the insurance years 2011/2012 through 2017/2018. Frequency was measured by comparing claim frequency […]
Toronto, Ontario — This week, discover a new way to use air to your advantage when spraying; witness what happens when you try to stop a repossession; discover where your paint materials have run off to and much, much more!
Toronto, Ontario — In this special Halloween edition of Collision Repair‘s Can You Believe This, witness pumpkin carriages, skeleton welds, cars prepped to fight back and much, much more!
Heathrow, Florida — American drivers welcome advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) features like advanced braking and lane assistance, though their confidence in autonomous driving still wavers. A survey conducted by AAA in the United States showed that more than half (58 percent) of drivers want to see ADAS in their next vehicle, and 80 percent […]
Ottawa, Ontario – The Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) comes bearing the welcome news that drinking and driving is on the decline in Canada, according to a new study co-sponsored by Beer Canada and Desjardins. The report concluded that “between 1996 and 2017, there was a 57 percent decrease in the number of Canadians who […]
By CRM Staff Montreal, Quebec — May 23, 2018 — Distracted driving has become increasingly problematic on Canadian roads over the past few years and it is now one of the leading causes of collisions across the country. For this reason, motorsports star Patrick Carpentier has joined with BASF and CARSTAR to host driver education […]
By CRM Staff Regina, Saskatchewan — May 1, 2018 — During the month of March, the Saskatchewan police force embarked on another Traffic Safety Spotlight to catch distracted drivers in the act. Tactics police used included travelling in unmarked vehicles, standing plain-clothed on sidewalks and observing traffic flow from elevated vantage points. The […]
AV Report: The aftermath of pedestrian killed by self-driving Uber, winners of the AV race begin to emerge
By Jeff Sanford Toronto, Ontario — April 2, 2018 — In this week’s AV Report: The winners of the AV race begin to emerge, aftermath of the pedestrian killed by a self driving Uber and much, much more! The burgeoning AV sector is is suddenly evolving in some very interesting ways. The recent […]
By CRM Staff Toronto, Ontario — February 5, 2018 –– Five months after the historic change in Saudi Arabia’s laws finally allowing female citizens to earn drivers licenses, women claim they are still facing reluctance from some of their family members. To help overcome this, Nissan offered a group of aspiring female motorists the chance to […]