We all have a part to play in keeping our roads safe. How well do you know yours? Take our Drive S.M.A.R.T. quiz to find out! Then, why not brush up on the rules of the road with our Drive Smart tips and find out how you can help improve your driving skills and behaviour.
A quick text at a red light. One last drink before driving. Failing to yield to a pedestrian or driving over the speed limit. These are just a few examples of poor driving decisions that can cause crashes.
When you’re distracted, your reactions are slower. Most rear-end crashes resulting in injury are caused by distracted drivers. If you’re looking at your phone, you can’t see the road – so leave your phone alone when you’re behind the wheel.
Find out about the most common high-risk driving behaviours that causes crashes, including why intersections are dangerous and how to give way to other road users.
Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs is a bad idea. Plan for a safe ride home before your first drink to keep our roads safer for everyone.
Speeding is a major contributing factor to car crash fatalities in B.C. The faster you go, the longer it takes to stop – and the more dangerous a crash can be.
Drivers share the road with many types of road users, such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. We all have a responsibility to share the road safely, so check out our
tips and facts on motorcycle, cycling and pedestrian safety.
Want to make sure your car is as safe as possible for you and your family? Get advice on choosing car seats, using head restraints and seatbelts, and buying a safer vehicle to keep you and your passengers safe.
Wondering how to handle tricky road situations? Brush up on how to use a roundabout, how to avoid wildlife collisions, and driving in winter. More about safety and road conditions.