Reports and Brochures
This section comprises all recent reports and brochures that CAA has released over the course of the past several years. All documents included below are provided in PDF format with a brief description highlighting what information each report and brochure contains.
Winter weather conditions pose unique challenges and safety risks for most Canadian drivers. To help Canadians prepare for winter driving, CAA partnered with Transport Canada and released a brochure listing the top 10 winter driving safety tips drivers need to know. The goal is to help Canadian motorists prevent problems before they occur. The brochure, called You, Your Vehicle and Winter Driving, is a handy guide that includes information about how Canadians can make their vehicles winter-ready, how to prepare for and drive in bad weather and what to pack in a winter survival kit.Click Here...
Driving Costs Brochure
Although many Canadians are adopting a more frugal approach to their spending habits, many consumers underestimate or are unaware of the day-to-day costs associated with owning a vehicle. CAA's Driving Costs brochure is designed to offer consumers a comprehensive look at the price of owning a vehicle in Canada and explores the costs of such things as maintenance, fuel, tires, insurance, license fees/registration, depreciation and financing.Click Here...
CAA Ecochoice Calculator
The new CAA web tool instantly compares any two vehicles you choose for price, fuel economy and environmental impact, displaying the results in an easy-to-digest format and allowing you to compare as many vehicles as you want. The CAA Ecochoice Calculator was developed to give you the accurate, quick information you need to make a more informed purchasing decision.
Making the Shift to Eco-Driving
CAA's Eco-Driving site provides information on climate change and what you can do to drive more efficiently.Click Here...
Driven to Distraction
This mini-site explains the nature of distracted driving and how it affects you. It also offers tips on how to become a safer driver and allows you to take our distracted driving survey.Click Here...
Helping Aging Drivers
CAA's Aging Drivers mini-site provides information on seniors can continue to drive safely and, when appropriate, know when to restrict or stop driving. We've also included a tool that lets seniors assess their driving performance and how seniors should position themselves in the vehicle to best avoid injuries.Click Here...
Jun 18th 2013
CAA Reveals Worst Roads in Ontario
Jun 13th 2013
New research shows drivers may be less focused on the road than they think
Jun 5th 2013
CAA's Summer Fun Contest Proves a Monster Hit
May 29th 2013
Fresh, Friendly and Local! 5 of the Best Farmers? Markets in North East Ontario
Jun 19th 2013
School?s Out! 6 Summer Safety Tips for Your Kids
Jun 19th 2013
Say Travel! 7 Tips for Fantastic Vacation Photos
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