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Manitoba teen drivers’ behaviours are on the forefront of highway security for Nationwide Teen Driver Security Week, which started Sunday and runs till Saturday.
Since 2010, teen drivers have been concerned in 10% of deadly crashes and eight% of damage crashes, mentioned Satvir Jatana, Manitoba Public Insurance coverage Vice President for Worker and Group Engagement.
“Many teen drivers totally observe the principles of the highway,” mentioned Jatana in a press launch. “Nevertheless, it’s vital to bolster the significance of protected driving and the affect of high-risk driving behaviours. For the protection of all motorists on our roadways.”
Organized by Parachute Canada, Nationwide Teen Driver Security Week is an effective time for all teen drivers within the province to guage their driving behaviours and work on lowering teen driver involvement in collisions. Parachute Canada is a non-profit group devoted to damage prevention. The group’s aim for Canadians is to have a protracted life, lived to the fullest.