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Understanding Spatial Awareness

Let’s talk about spatial awareness.  Do you get lost, or struggle to follow directions? Perhaps you’re clumsy and tend to fall and trip? Or maybe you have difficulty assembling or building things… If any of this applies to you, you may have poor spatial awareness and this could be a detriment to your driving if you can’t develop or improve it.  Understanding spatial awareness isn’t just about road etiquette - it’s about distance, time, and speed.

7 Ways Experienced Drivers Can Improve Their Skills

Have you been driving for a number of years and noticing that you’ve become a bit complacent or too comfortable when driving? Even though you maybe an experienced driver and no longer planning for a road test, it doesn’t mean you can’t work on improving your driving skills and observations. Browse through this week’s list of ways experience drivers can improve their skills and be honest about where there’s some wiggle room for improvement…

Car Safety Guide for New Parents: Leaving Children Unattended

In our Car Safety Guide for New Parents series, we previously covered how to navigate the often confusing realm of child safety seats and their regulations, as well as child safety features. In the last instalment of our series, we are discussing the dangers of leaving children unattended in a vehicle.

Car Safety Guide for New Parents: Child Safety Features

Are you a new parent, infant caregiver, or new grandparent? Even if your little one hasn’t arrived yet, it’s not too early to start thinking about car safety! In the second installment of our three-part series, Car Safety for New Parents, we’re focusing on Child Safety Features that most vehicles will have. As a parent (or caregiver or grandparent!) it’s important to make sure you’re ready to transport the most precious cargo.

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