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).
Suppliers of goods and services to road accident victims can send documents and get their eight-digit supplier number online (section in French only).
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Bicycle safety starts with obeying the Highway Safety Code and adopting defensive cycling behaviours. Be alert, be visible and ride safely – it's important!
Being safe and obeying the Highway Safety Code are key for enjoying cycling.
When cycling, rules apply, such as obeying signs and signals and traffic lights. Some things are also prohibited, like riding on sidewalks or while...
When cycling, many accessories are mandatory, such as reflectors. Others are strongly recommended, like rearview mirrors, pennants and helmets.
Child bicycle trailers and bike seats help turn your outings into enjoyable family adventures. Here are some valuable safety tips.
Head injuries sustained during a fall while cycling can be serious or even fatal. Avoid the worst by wearing a helmet that will protect you in the...
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I want to go deeper and not just provide basic answers but give people all the information they need. It feels great to get off the phone with someone who seems satisfied.
Call Centre Agent
When people know what the law says, we can ask them to work with us to help make our roads safer.
Carrier Enforcement Officer (facility audits)
When supporting people throughout their rehabilitation process, we must be compassionate, understanding, thorough and honest.
Accident Victim Counsellor
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