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When an accident occurs that takes the life of a loved one, it can be shocking. No one is prepared to receive the news that a family member of friend is suddenly gone. When the person’s death could have been prevented if someone made a different decision, it is particularly upsetting.

Some Ontario drivers seem to court disaster by making really egregious traffic errors. Below are seven of the most common driving fails that can result in injuries or even death.

In Ontario, personal injury accidents between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. increase dramatically in the 30 days after the clocks get set back an hour. This is partially because drivers in the province and throughout Canada are more likely to be driving home in the dark. A lack of light can make it harder to navigate roads that could also be slick with rain or leaves. It can also be harder to see when rain falls on pavement that is now illuminated by street lights.