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Hey you! Yeah, YOU, put the phone down and pay attention to where you're driving!
The pickup ahead of me moved over into the oncoming lane and stopped there across from a group waiting to catch the school bus.
In a perfect world, drivers would have no hesitation in stopping for pedestrians.
The beginning of this month was not a good one for many road users in the province with the weather-related closures
Your kingdom ends at the property line and property for the highway begins on the other side.
Are you planning on having someone that is not a lawyer appear with you in traffic court?
When you need the services of firefighters or paramedics seconds can seem like hours.
There was an interesting post on Twitter this week showing drivers interacting with pedestrians
The primary tools available to all traffic enforcement personnel are warnings and tickets.
One of the first responses people have after receiving a traffic ticket is to find a defect, real or imagined
This is a story from Chestnut Street in Parksville, but could just as easily take place on any residential street in British Columbia.
“My tires aren’t the greatest, there’s really no point living in Vancouver to get, you know, snow tires."
Being able to go to our vehicle, put our key in the ignition and drive off is a luxury that we seldom consider.
Ouch! My ICBC insurance rates are going up as much as 42 per cent over the next five years
It’s probably not something that you would consider first, but you have a general duty of care to all other road users.
I had a bit of a scare the other day when I tried to back out of a space in a busy parking lot.
A reader was traveling recently and was stopped in a large collection of vehicles waiting for a red light at the intersection
What have you done in the recent past to learn something new or review what you already know about driving?
How do I deal with the legal system after my son was killed by a driver who fell asleep at the wheel?
I received a very detailed e-mail this week from a lady who was walking in a dark, rural area and was almost hit by a car