Drivers in Ontario may be interested in a new study about aggressive driving released by the University of Waterloo in Canada. The study looked at different types of bad driving behaviors that often lead to accidents. Data for the study came from insurance companies in Texas and Ontario that had clients' vehicles equipped with on-board diagnostic devices.

When there is an auto accident in Ontario or elsewhere in Canada, people who are among the most vulnerable to injury and death are pedestrians and bicyclists. There are many preconceived notions as to why this is the case, including encountering a drunk driver, a distracted driver or a reckless driver. However, there are often other reasons for the prevalence of pedestrian accidents, especially in certain areas.

Ontario residents may have heard about a single-vehicle crash that took place near the Progress Campus of Toronto's Centennial College. At around 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 22, police responded to a call about an incident at the intersection of Markham Road and Progress Avenue. Upon arriving, they found that a vehicle had hit three pedestrians.