Website for Toronto guys will hit the streets to help drivers avoid
common traffic offences
TORONTO, Oct. 5 /CNW/ - DailyXY.com, the website for guys in Toronto, has declared October 6 Ticket-Free Tuesday. Throughout the day, DailyXY will be helping Toronto drivers avoid tickets for a variety of traffic offences, including timed illegal turns, speeding and parking in tow-away zones.
Lead by executive editor Russell Smith, DailyXY's street teams will be alerting drivers to presence of the boys in blue at the city's most notorious illegal left turn intersections and speed traps. The teams will also help drivers avoid falling prey to tow trucks who snatch cars parked one minute past four o'clock on downtown streets. DailyXY invites the media to observe Russell and the street teams as they perform this valuable community service.
"Every day, good drivers make honest, but very expensive, mistakes," says DailyXY's executive editor, Russell Smith. "A momentary lapse of attention can result in a speeding citation or a fine for an illegal left turn. Factor in insurance costs and either can end up costing hundreds - or even thousands of - dollars. On Ticket-Free Tuesday, our street teams will be warning drivers before the police nab them."
To further assist Toronto drivers, DailyXY makes a series of helpful GuyMaps available to drivers. Popular maps include ones of the city's most notorious timed illegal left turns and speed traps. The maps are available at DailyXY.com.
Any of DailyXY's maps can be uploaded to a GPS and taken on the road.
Lead by author and style guru Russell Smith, DailyXY.com provides advice to guys on all aspects of urban life. Every day, DailyXY sends an email to thousands of subscribers across the country, covering such topics as style, nightlife, food, women and other stuff that appeals to the y-chromosome.
For further information: For further information: on DailyXY.com, or to arrange an interview with DailyXY.com's executive editor Russell Smith, contact Peter Coish, publisher, at (647) 291-5567 (email@example.com), or Susan Willemsen at The Siren Group Inc. at (416) 926-8087 (firstname.lastname@example.org)