9 Car safety myths you might still believe
When it comes to car safety, sometimes you don't know what to believe. We asked Anna He, advanced driving instructor at ILR Car Control School and president of Sweetie Girl Racing to help us set the record straight on some once widely believed safety myths.
Dr. Louisa Gembora
Psychologist, high-performance driving trainer, judge on Canada's Worst Driver
Most people donít brake hard enough. Thatís a skill thatís best learned by going to an accident avoidance or winter driving school. People buy fast, expensive cars and expect the carís traction and stability controls to keep them safe. Driving schools teach you the minimum needed to get your license. What saves your life is learning to read the road, anticipate and recognize potential dangers, know your own limits and use skills of accident avoidance.