For more than 100 years we have worked to promote safe driving practices with a strong focus on making our roads safer for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.
Stay safe on the road longer with advice on adjusting your driving habits as you age. The CAA online Senior Driving Tool has a wealth of knowledge to help you navigate the road ahead. Learn how to maintain and assess your driving skills, or how to adjust your driving habits to drive safely longer.
The Making Ontario’s Roads Safer Act passed in 2015 in order to address road safety issues and changes to the Highway Traffic Act. The CAA Heads Up! public awareness campaign complements these changes by communicating the new road rules for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists.
Through our CAA Approved Driving School Network (ADSN), we help to ensure that new drivers have access to expert training that will teach them the rules of the road. CAA’s exclusive How to Drive Beginner Driver Education Course is only available through approved schools and goes above and beyond road test preparation.
The CAA online information portal offers extensive information for teen drivers and their parents. Teens can find tips about getting ready to drive, learning the rules of the road, and heading out solo for the first time. Parents can put their minds at ease after reviewing information on supervising teen drivers and getting them ready to take the wheel.
The CAA School Safety Patrol program has more than 20,000 student volunteers in Ontario. Student Patrollers encourage and model safe behaviour to other students and the greater community.