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Aggressive Driving

Aggressive driving is dangerous to your health, your passenger’s health and everyone else on the road.

Aggressive driving behaviours include:

  • Speeding
  • Tailgating
  • Failure to yield to right of way
  • Improper lane change
  • Failure to signal
  • Running amber or red lights

Want to Practice Safe Driving and Stay Safe?

  • Plan your day to avoid peak traffic periods
  • Give yourself lots of time to get where you are going
  • Always wear a seatbelt
  • Drive sober
  • Slow down in school zones and construction areas
  • Leave lots of room between you and the vehicles around you
  • Yield to the right-of-way
  • Signal all turns and lane changes
  • Stop for amber lights
  • Pull over to use you cell phone
  • Stick to the speed limit in order to avoid large fines or your license being suspended

More Information

To learn more about the Street Racers and Aggressive Drivers Bill visit the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.

 
Date of creation: January 28, 2013
Last modified on: August 25, 2017

References

1Aggressive Driving and Road Rage.(2013) Retrieved from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation web site. ©Queens Printer for Ontario. Retrieved from
http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/trucks/handbook/section3-5-2.shtml