Justin Trudeau, one-on-one in Montreal
The prime minister isn't allowed to drive anymore, and he's okay with that.
Justin Trudeau talked to CHOM's Terry Di Monte on Friday about what has changed in his life since he became prime minister, and one of the largest is that security agents will no longer let him drive.
But as far as Trudeau is concerned, that's a good thing.
"Quite frankly if you ask my friends it's a good thing that I'm no longer driving. Not that I'm a bad driver. I'm one of those drivers where if there's an emergency or a bad situation you want me behind the wheel. But just regular boring driving, I get distracted. I'm talking, I'm thinking about other things," said Trudeau.
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