Blind spots are areas of the road that cannot be seen in the rearview mirrors or through the windows. Every vehicle has blind spots.
Module 9 of the driving course deals with sharing the road with other users (drivers, cyclists and pedestrians).
Mastering the proper techniques for turning and changing lanes makes it easier for cyclists to share the road with other vehicles.
As a cyclist, you must obey all traffic signs and signals, including stop signs and traffic lights.
Accidents involving pedestrians or cyclists often occur at intersections. Front and right side vehicle blind spots are a problem.
Head injuries sustained while cycling can be serious or fatal. Avoid the worst by wearing a helmet!
In 2008, the SAAQ launched a pedestrian squad and its first courtesy and sharing the road campaign.
“Let someone else go first – it'll make your day!” The slogan for the SAAQ’s 2009 campaign focused on the satisfaction of being a courteous driver.
As a cyclist, you must familiarize yourself with the limitations related to driving a heavy vehicle to better understand its manoeuvres and adopt safe cycling behaviours.
Road safety is everyone’s business and a priority for the SAAQ. Road safety starts with obeying the Highway Safety Code and adopting safe behaviours.
This awareness campaign drives home the importance of being careful around vulnerable road users.
Rules apply when cycling. If you commit an offence, you could receive a fine and even demerit points.
Being safe and obeying the Highway Safety Code are key for enjoying cycling.
The campaign shows the importance of adopting safe behaviour around heavy vehicles.
Bicycle safety starts with obeying the Highway Safety Code and adopting defensive cycling behaviours. When riding an electric bike, wearing a helmet is mandatory.
Right turns on red lights are not allowed everywhere. You must obey traffic signs and understand the basic rules to ensure your own safety and the safety of others.
Check out our new 2020 cyclists campaign, which aims to raise awareness among cyclists about the importance of keeping a safe and healthy distance from other road users.
Turning right at a red light is allowed across the province of Québec, except on the island of Montréal and where prohibited by a traffic sign.
As part of an event, an artist painted a mural to encourage cyclists and drivers to share the road. The new video clip produced as part of the 2019 Cyclists Awareness Campaign will help you understand...
There are many new things on Québec roads, such as roundabouts, right turns on red, and the Move-Over Law.