Guest speakers at the CAA Regina North Store; Hon. Ralph Goodale (above) Because Accidents Happen Accidents can happen anywhere, at any time. While you can’t predict when they’ll occur, CAA wants to help you prepare for them. That’s why Personal Accident Insurance is included with every CAA membership. The coverage is perfect for those who travel frequently, who aren’t protected by life or accident coverage, or for those who simply want to top up their existing insurance coverage. You now have even more flexibility to purchase additional coverage: All membership types can purchase one of the four optional coverage levels. Call a CAA Insurance Consultant: 1-800-564-6222 or see caask.ca/pai 8 Summer 2018 cannabis-impaired driving Don’t Drive High In December, CAA Saskatchewan partnered with Public Safety Canada on the launch of the ministry’s Cannabis-Impaired Driving Campaign. At the event, held at the CAA regina North Store, the Honourable ralph Goodale, Canada’s minister of Public Safety and emergency Preparedness, spoke about the importance of driving sober: “The message is simple. If you’re high or you’ve been drinking, don’t drive.” Other guest speakers included representatives from CAA Saskatchewan and CAA National Board of Directors, the rCmP’s F Division, regina Police Service, mothers To learn more, visit: thecallthatcomes after.com insurance update Minor Modification caa membership Moms, Dads and Grads mark special milestones with a CAA gift mem- bership, which offers roadside protection and peace of mind, plus valuable discounts and CAA SASKATCHeWAN savings. With every CAA gift membership, you’ll receive a free glove-box first-aid kit. caask.ca/gift effective September 1, 2018, CAA clubs across Canada—including CAA Saskatchewan—will dis- continue their Common Carrier and member auto trip accident program. Note that this change does not affect the Per- sonal Accident Insurance coverage included with your CAA Saskatchewan membership and optional insurance riders. For more information: 1-800-564-6222 GIFT; HAKINmHAN/ISTOCK caa insurance Against Drunk Driving Canada (mADD) and Students Against Drinking and Driving (SADD) Saskatchewan. CAA has also partnered with Drug Free Kids Canada on “The Call That Comes After,” a new drug-and-driving awareness campaign. Alarmingly, one in four young Canadians believes a high driver is either the same or better behind the wheel. But weed can affect coordination, reaction time, decision- making, attention span and the ability to judge distance. The social media campaign helps parents start a conversation with their children about the dangers of driving high or driving with someone who has smoked cannabis.