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.
Heavy vehicle drivers, owners and operators, here is everything you need to know to fulfil your obligations and ensure your safety and that of other road users.
In Québec, the transportation of passengers is subject to specific requirements that concern vehicles as well as drivers, owners and operators.
Businesses and self-employed workers can consult, manage or modify their vehicle fleet record online and much more (section in French only).
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Adapting your driving to road conditions and obeying traffic rules is the best way to reduce the risk of an accident and avoid fines and demerit points.
In winter, drivers must adapt their driving to weather and road conditions. Under the Highway Safety Code, drivers must slow down when visibility is...
You must obey the Move-Over Law and move over to leave space between you and any emergency vehicle, tow truck or surveillance vehicle that is stopped...
In road work zones, you must obey the orange signs and slow down in order to comply with the posted speed limit. Doing so is essential in order to...
Driving at night has its own particular risks. With the combination of reduced visibility, risk of glare and fatigue, it is best to change our habits...
Last update: February 25, 2016
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