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Defensive Driving - Small Vehicles v2 (Canadian French) (PC Only)

Most vehicle accidents are actually the result of human error. If an error is made at the wrong moment, an accident or collision will result. A consistent, defensive approach to driving is the best way to reduce the likelihood of driver error. The goal of this course is simple: to provide you with the knowledge and safe driving techniques you need to prevent collisions and violations.

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Course Duration: 59 Minutes

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