Common Road Rage Triggers

Stressed out because of road rage? MacGillivray Injury and Insurance Law has seen the outcome of many types of motor vehicle accidents. Benefit from their expertise and discover the triggers that get the blood boiling. You'll be better prepared the next time you or a loved one sit behind the wheel.

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The Safest Cycling Routes in Nova Scotia

Choosing a safe bike route is essential to completing a successful and enjoyable cycling trip. As a cyclist, you should always make sure that the route you embark on is paved, has low traffic, and provides a wide shoulder. In doing so, you minimize the chances of injury while on the road. The four most popular and safe bike routes in Nova Scotia are: Grand Pre to Blomidon, Cabot Trail, Hubbards to Lahave, and Yarmouth to St. Mary’s Bay. These cycling trails offer scenic views and vary in difficulty, so there’s sure to be an option for everyone. Brought to you by www.macgillivraylaw.com.

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Distracted Driving: Fines, Faults, and Fatalities

Despite large fines and significant consequences, Aviva Canada has reported a 23% increase in distracted driving claims throughout Canada from 2016 to 2018. Although Atlantic Canada’s increase of 8% is small compared to that of the rest of the nation, the number of claims in Atlantic Canada is still increasing. Distracted driving, which is entirely preventable, causes serious injury to drivers, passengers, and pedestrians, along with damage to property.

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Motorcycle Safety Considerations

It’s important to always be safe on the road, even after you’ve passed your motorcycle exam. By staying up to date on Canadian road laws and the latest technology, you can take precautions against being part of a motor vehicle accident statistic the next time you turn on the ignition.

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