Through their extensive research, Driving.ca has just revealed its list of…
Ontario’s 5 Worst Drivers
“Do you know which of Ontario’s municipalities has the worst drivers? It’s Orangeville”
- Orangeville’s population is 30,000
- 9.4% have been issued a ticket and were involved in a collision
- An infraction rate at 3 times of Ontario’s avg.
- This driver hit a decorative boulder on a grass island of the Shopper Drug Mart so hard that the entire right side of the vehicle was hung up
- Credit: Orangeville.com
There is a 1 word description for this and it’s, LAZY!
- This was a Toronto driver in the 401 Collector lanes near Keele
- You probably thought you’d seen everything, ever seen a driver use a snowbrush WHILE DRIVING ON A TO HIGHWAY?
We all get a little impatient from construction delays but it’s part of life!
- This occurred at Old Forest Hill Road in Toronto back in October
- The driver goes against traffic across a sidewalk endangering pedestrians and there is a nearby School
- Traffic had been delayed daily for construction of the new Light Rail Transit Line
This is a very common occurrence in front of my house. My Councillor @ColleMike doesn’t seem to care. @Metrolinx doesn’t seem to care. @JohnTory, do you care? Kids are going to get killed. This is so unsafe. #VisionZero pic.twitter.com/b3zb4ArQ9t
— Matthew Slutsky (@iSlutsky) October 31, 2019
“Youth is all too often about making bad decisions. Incredibly, though, this 17-year-old combines an entire raft of bad choices into one short drive. For one thing, as a young driver, he’s not supposed to: drive with a drop of alcohol in his blood; drive between midnight and 5:00 am; drive without a fully licensed driver in the passenger seat; drive with more than one 19-year-old-passenger.”
“Unfortunately, this resident of Alfred, Ontario did all those things while driving impaired at 1:00 am on a Saturday night in Lachute, Quebec, with three of his young friends along for the ride in his little red sedan.”
Nobody wants to be #1 on this list, but here we are…
- Driver of a Mercedes-Benz, turning right on Warden Ave. in Markham Nov. of 2019
- The driver while sitting at a stop should already have noticed a bicyclist awaiting the light change
- The ignorant driver accelerates not only into the person riding a bike but then over a median and into on
- Credit to the 75 year-old driver for turning around afterwards and returning to the scene
- York Region Police handed out a Careless Driving charge