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• The injuries sustained from a 50 km/h crash would be roughly equivalent to what you might feel if you fell from a three-storey building.
• At 75 km/h, those injuries would be equal to a fall from a seven-storey building.
• At 100 km/h, the damage would be the same as falling from a twelve-storey building.
Teen DriversCurrent rules allow Manitoba families to register vehicles under the name of the member with the most merits on their driver’s licence — even if that’s not the vehicle’s main driver — which can save families on insurance rates.
In Manitoba, using a hand-operated electronic device (HOED) while driving has been prohibited since July 2010 under the Highway Traffic Act. Effective July 1, 2015, a driver drops five levels on the Driver Safety Rating (DSR) Scale for each HOED offence under the Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Act (Driver Safety Rating Regulation).