Distracted Driving Statistics, an infographic June 19, 2014 By belairdirect 1 http://www.opp.ca/index.php?lng=en&id=115&entryid=58c1bbee8f94ac05199b9969 2 http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/distracted-driving-texting-will-become-largest-cause-of-teen-deaths-1.3488719 3 http://www.ibc.ca/qc/auto/risk-management/distracted-driving 4 http://www.coupdoeil.info/actualites/2016/10/6/cellulaire-au-volant–le-message-passe-mal.html 5 http://www.ibc.ca/qc/auto/risk-management/distracted-driving 6 http://www.ibc.ca/qc/auto/risk-management/distracted-driving 7 https://www.mun.ca/health_safety/training/Safety_Moments/February_-_Distracted_Driving.pdf 8 http://www.thebeaumontnews.ca/2012/02/02/bcds-committed-to-changing-driving-behaviours 9 http://www.wheels.ca/news/dangers-of-day-dreaming-distraction-is-in-your-head-not-your-phone/ 10 http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/distracted-driving-resulting-in-nearly-twice-as-many-deaths-as-impaired-opp-1.3050230 11 https://www.aaafoundation.org/sites/default/files/ReducingTeenCrashes%20%281%29.pdf 12 http://www.ibc.ca/qc/auto/risk-management/distracted-driving Manage your car insurance policy online! Log in to your Client Centre Start saving now! Car insurance Home insurance Related Articles Five Winter Driving PredicamentsKeep a cool head behind the wheel this winter! By… 5 ways to optimize your driving habits for SpringWinter driving may be in your rear-view mirror, but the… Self-driving cars are right around the cornerWhat will driving be like in the year 2020? According… Comments Drop It And Drive D.I.A.D. says: November 4, 2014 at 11:32 AM A realistic representation of the facts surrounding distracted driving and the potential consequences. It’s helpful for a national program like ours to have Canadian information in an infographic. We particularly appreciate that you mostly use the term crash or collision as opposed to accident…if it’s preventable it’s not an accident. Great job! Sprint Driving School Toronto says: October 27, 2014 at 4:17 PM Really nice presentation of stats and facts. We will share this presentation with our students during the MTO course’s in-class discussions (Sprint Driving School). Texting while driving makes a person as impaired as someone with a blood alcohol level of 0.125 (almost double the legal limit). Parents show very bad example by texting while driving, especially with the kids in the car. It is very dangerous practice to use cell phones behind the wheel.