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IF YOU’RE IN AN ACCIDENT

It’s a serious crime to leave the scene of the accident. This includes accidents with another vehicle or hitting a pedestrian. If you’re in an accident:

 

call the emergency number (911) for police and an ambulance (if you need one)

wait at the scene until the emergency services you called arrive

exchange information with the other driver (if the accident involves another vehicle), including:

name

address

telephone number

license plate

driver’s license numbers

insurance company name

insurance plan number

BUYING OR LEASING A CAR

You can search the Internet or call the local transportation ministry in your city to find out about car dealers or car rental agencies.

 

If you only need a car for short periods, you can rent a car from a car rental agency. Make sure car insurance is included in your car rental agreement if you need it.

 

In some cities, there are car-sharing programs that let you use a car without buying, leasing or renting one. You may want to research this option to see if it meets your needs.

 

BUYING A CAR

You can buy a new or used car from a:

 

car dealer

person who is selling their car

Get information and help with buying or selling a car from the department that regulates cars and driving in your province or territory. For information on consumer issues related to buying a vehicle:

 

see the Canadian Consumer Handbook

contact your provincial or territorial consumer affairs office

LEASING A CAR

Instead of buying a car, many people in Canada lease a car from a car dealer. A lease is a legal agreement between you and the dealer in which you:

 

agree to pay a fee to use the car for a specific period of time (usually several years)

return the car to the dealer in good condition after the time ends

Since a lease is a legal agreement, make sure you understand the terms and conditions of the lease before you sign it.

 

SAFETY

The Canada Safety Council has information on what drivers can do to improve road safety in Canada.

 

Become familiar with safety issues related to winter driving. Snow and ice are major driving hazards in most parts of Canada. Drive slowly in snowy and icy conditions. It’s also a good idea to buy special winter tires for your car (this is mandatory in some provinces).

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