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CRASH COURSE 157 Causes of Collisions and How to Prevent Them by: Walter Hayduk ISBN 1-894263-64-2

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This BOOK                                                                                      Explores the many possibilities for unexpected hazards and  guides us to safe driving practices.  Examples of  impediments to driving safely, in addition to speeding and following too closely, include driver distractions such as animated conversations with passengers, being tired, angry or in a hurry to name a few.   Whether young, mature or senior drivers, we need to study our driving and make necessary changes.  This BOOK can reduce the injuries and save lives. 

"The Ottawa Citizen"  Jan 24 2003   "Crash Course clearly written and packed with useful tips"   (Craig M. Lee)
 
"The Ottawa Citizen"  Editorial June 22 2003   "Safe driving will reduce auto-insurance"
 
"RENAISSANCE" MAGAZINE  Book Review  spring 2003   "A Must Read for Drivers" by Bev Popyk 
 
Ottawa Seniors WebSite " It is unique as a teaching manual for any driver..."
 
University of Ottawa Gazette     His lifelong interest in traffic safety led to write this book, which contains a wealth of information about the subject....."
 
"The Traffic Source"  British Columbia  "The book is clearly written and easy for anyone to understand.  The concepts are explained thoroughly and make good sense."
 
                                            
November/December 2002  The monthly newsletter of  Canadians for Responsible and Safe Highways. .  Lists the BOOK  as reading reference for truck and bus drivers.  "it identifies, explains and helps one survive the risks of road travel"
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"I am appalled by the  injuries
and death so many  people
suffer  on the  road ..............I 
don't  believe  these  tragedies
had to happen."
                   Walter Hayduk                                                 

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CANADIAN LIVING
          MAGAZINE 
       March 2003  
 DRIVEN TO DISTRACTION: "The safest driver is actively thinking every moment about where the vehicle is going, mental distractions most notably cell phones--put drivers and passengers and others most at risk."
 
 
 
 
 
 
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