What drive-thru’s don’t want you to know.

Eating and drinking while driving is distracting. Right now 39% of Canadians are eating behind the wheel. Dipping fries, rummaging through takeout bags and unwrapping burgers – all harmless time savers, but also deadly distractions from the road. With distracted driving causing more fatalities than speed-related and impaired driving combined, it’s safe to say it’s time to park and snack.

Don’t be #DistractedToDeath

  • If you don’t want to leave the car, park and eat
  • Remember a little bit of spilled hot coffee is enough to take your eyes off the road
  • Make sure beverages are neither too hot or too cold

1Source: KANETIX.ca survey


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