RNC to focus on distracted driving practices during Canada Road Safety Week

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The RNC will be taking part in Canada Road Safety Week 2012 next week and police vehicles will be patrolling specific locations to remind people that safe driving habits save lives and reduce injuries on the roadways.

A news release says the focus during Canada Road Safety Week will be on behaviours that reduce risks for drivers, passengers and other road users: sober and alert driving, seat belt use, and refraining from all aspects of aggressive/distracted driving.

All enforcement agencies across the country have been invited to participate in the initiative. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, through education and enforcement, will conduct roadside checks, increase traffic enforcement and conduct extra patrols.

Organizations: Canada Road Safety Week

Geographic location: Canada Road

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  • HateWaste
    May 10, 2013 - 18:44

    Let's take a look at this ....... Police Officers ( most of whom have only a class 5 drivers license) , in a city riddled with drugs, robberies, prostitution, violent assaults and other ugly crimes, are going to waste precious resources by taking to the streets to TEACH AND REGULATE those of us who also have CLASS 5 drivers Licences . This is nothing more than an expensive and wasteful show -off session. What fools we are to put up with this blatant waste.