A new Ontario Trucking Association vehicle sticker (pictured) encourages highway safety by taking aim at aggressive motorists, reports CityNews.ca. The new sticker comes in part at the urging of Debbie Virgoe, the wife of trucker David Virgoe, killed in an accident after he swerved to miss a pair of highway-racing four-wheelers that had crashed. Part of a larger OTA campaign, stickers can be ordered by sending an email to . Decals must be picked up from the Ontario Trucking Association’s office or arrangements made for courier pickup at your expense.
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