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It is fair to say that most people who reside in Ontario are aware that distracted driving is an activity that should be avoided. Despite this knowledge, according to the Ontario Provincial Police, distracted driving accounts for most fatal motor vehicle accidents in the province. This means it leads to more deaths than impaired driving or speeding.

This past week the Ontario Provincial Police waged the distracted driver campaign it engages in every year. According to the OPP, there are multiple activities that if engaged in while driving, could be considered distracted driving.  These include talking on the phone, texting, tending to kids in the back seat, self-grooming and eating, while operating a vehicle. Some studies have found that the danger associated with these activities is the same as driving while impaired by drugs or alcohol.

Icy roads are a part of winter in Mississauga. Because they can be dangerous, it is important that drivers venturing onto area roads, that are slippery because of the ice, take precautions to keep themselves and others safe on the road. The key is to make sure that vehicles are able to stop in enough time to avoid striking other vehicles or objects.

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