Be prepared for Summer Road Trips Insurance Hunter encourages Canadians to play it safe with a roadside emergency kit
WINDSOR, May 8, 2013―With the Victoria Day long weekend finally around the corner, many Canadians are preparing for their first extended road trip. Whether it’s a drive to the cottage or a weekend getaway with family, it’s time to de-winterize the car, load it up with road trip essentials and get ready to have some much needed fun and relaxation. While we often get caught up in the excitement of getting away, it’s important to be properly prepared for the trip if something does not go according to plan.
Distracted driving crackdown sets out to rid the roads of one of the most dangerous driving habits
InsuranceHunter.ca: Distracted driving tops the list as the most concerning driving habit for 71 per cent of Ontario and Alberta survey respondents. WINDSOR, April 19, 2013―As we head into the last few days of the Ontario Provincial Police’s (OPP) “Put Down the Phone and Leave it Alone” campaign (April 15-22)
Alberta Survey Reveals More Than Three-Quarters of Parents Polled Witness Drivers Break the Law in School Zones
With school now in full swing, and families across the province settled back into their busy daily routines, what should be a simple part of a child’s day is one of great concern for many Alberta parents. InsuranceHunter.ca’s School Zone Safety Survey reveals a significant number of Alberta drivers polled are violating traffic laws and safety rules in school zones, creating dangerous drop-off and pick-up conditions, and causing many parents to fear for their child’s safety.