Tips for staying safe if you’re in a multi-vehicle highway crash

Three times in a 24-hour span, there were multi-vehicle pileups on major Ontario highways. “Ninety per cent of the so-called accidents are preventable,” says IPASS Driving School’s Carmel Tse. “Most drivers in Ontario are driving too close. If the storm just hits, you need to have space to avoid collisions.” Emergency workers are seen on Highway 401 WB near Milton after a massive pileup. (Kerry Schmidt/OPP) Drivers stranded in the major pileups in Barrie told CTV News that police were going around checking on the welfare of drivers – and told them they would be delayed for a few hours while the wreckage was cleaned up. Others wondered how to proceed with an insurance claim. One thing is certain. Read more here >>>

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