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Why the risk for small car drivers is growing

July 2, 2020 by Adam Malik

Small cars may be even more dangerous to drive these days just because they are sharing the road with an increasing number of larger vehicles, which have dominated new auto sales in recent years. The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety

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Is the number of drunk drivers in Canada decreasing?

December 18, 2018 by Jason Contant

The number of Canadians who died in a crash involving a “drinking driver” has generally decreased in recent years, but rose again in 2015, according to recent research. In 1995, 1,057 Canadians (excluding British Columbians) were killed in road crashes

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Tanker truck crash spills fuel northwest of Toronto, crews work to clean up

March 7, 2017 Liam Casey - THE CANADIAN PRESS

Crews were working to clean up a “significant fuel spill” that was threatening a river and a conservation area northwest of Toronto on Tuesday after a truck hauling gasoline crashed in the region. The fuel truck lost control around 2:30

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Feds seek Autopilot data from Tesla in crash probe

July 13, 2016 Tom Krisher - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

DETROIT – Federal safety investigators are asking electric car maker Tesla Motors for details on how its Autopilot system works and why it failed to detect a tractor trailer that crossed its path in a Florida crash. The National Highway