Teen driving apps are designed to help teens stay safe on the road, from monitoring speed, to preventing texting while driving. Learn more from Travelers Canada.
You may be a great driver. Or a great driver having a bad day. Or a great driver at an intersection surrounded by a teen driver, someone staring into their GPS and a driver who just had "a few" drinks. So you have to be alert and careful at all times because those around you might not be. Travelers Canada offers safety tips and resources that can help you avoid accidents and vehicle theft, and can help you teach new drivers about road safety.
How you handle a tire blowout can make a difference in preventing an accident. Learn how to handle a tire blowout, tire blowout causes, and more from Travelers Canada.
While stowing your phone while you drive is an important safety step, other behaviors behind the wheel, from drinking coffee to using a navigation system, may also be putting you at risk. Learn more about distracted driving.
From stowing your phone to speaking up when you see distracted driving, these tips can help avoid dangerous activity on the road. Learn more Travelers Canada.
Learn more about reducing the risk of distracted driving in Canada by reading our Every Second Matters position paper.
The introduction of autonomous vehicles (AVs) comes with significant public policy questions and challenges. Read the Travelers Institute® position paper for Canada.
As car thieves become increasingly sophisticated and tech-savvy, it’s more important than ever to take the necessary steps to ensure your car is secure and less likely to be targeted.
Whether you’re a new or experienced driver, here are eight auto components that require regular maintenance to help you keep your vehicle in road-ready condition.