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TD Bank has recently updated their mobile application for the three major smartphone platforms - iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry. The update brings new features centered on the Insurance services available through TD, with new options such as the ability to take accident photos (and send directly to TD for your insurance claim), as well as an emergency flashlight that turns your device's screen brightness to maximum. It will also provide users with an accident checklist, in addition to a notepad where you can record details of the incident. The updated version is available now, and can be downloaded via iTunes(iPhone), Market(Android), or App World(BlackBerry).


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It is allowed in the cars of almost all Canadian provinces, but Quebecers stand out yet. GPS is actually banned in cars traveling on the roads of Quebec. Specifically, it is not GPS that is banned, but the fact of having a screen visible driver in the car. The screens that are permitted are those who can see on the rear of vehicles, as on recreational vehicles or buses passengers. The Quebec government is studying the suggestions made by interested parties since October 13 and it is expected that the amendments to the law will come into effect in early 2008. For the moment, the Automobile Insurance Company of Quebec (SAAQ) recommends that the policeman be tolerant until the government takes a decision. If we recall the recommendations of the Committee on Road Safety Quebec, the committee recommended banning the phones in the cars.


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