Speeding has a real impact on the safety of vulnerable road users. It can also impact their feelings of safety and comfort, whether real or perceived. Safety Speeding has a significant impact on the...
“Let’s Share the Road” The 2016 campaign—“Let’s Share the Road”—aims to raise awareness among road users of the importance of sharing the road. Whether we are cyclists, pedestrians, motorcyclists, car...
Non-motorized scooters can be used on the roadway, but not skates, skateboards or motorized foot scooters. Some equipment is mandatory and safety rules apply.
Heavy vehicle operators may file an application to have liability for any type of accident withdrawn from their record.
The SAAQ focuses on partnerships to bolster its efforts to promote road safety, foster research and provide services to traffic accident victims.
Here is the list of offences that lead to demerit points.
Senior pedestrians are more at risk of being involved in a serious or fatal accident.
Potholes, sand, sewer grates and weather conditions are all things to watch out for when riding a bicycle.
The goal of this campaign is to inform the public about the new Highway Safety Code measures.
When riding a motorcycle, you need to know how to avoid the many traps on the road and master certain techniques to ensure a safe ride.
The campaign shows the importance of adopting safe behaviour around heavy vehicles.
Presentation of Québec’s traffic accident victim statistics covering the last 6 years
When riding a moped or scooter, you need to know how to avoid the many traps on the road and master certain techniques that will ensure a safe ride.
This page lists the SAAQ documents that are sold through Les Publications du Québec.
Driving and using your cell phone? Choose one! A call or text message will never be as important as your life or that of others.
Blind spots prevent drivers from seeing other road users. The taller and longer the vehicle, the bigger the blind spots.
Maintenant disponible : état de dossier PEVL en anglais
Electric bikes do not need to be registered. However, the Highway Safety Code sets out specific rules regarding their use, including the obligation to wear a helmet.
It is prohibited to use a cell phone or other portable electronic device while driving.
The first public road safety consultation in Québec took place from January 9 to March 3, 2017.