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Why don’t the police do anything about noisy exhaust systems?
Imagine how difficult the job must be to keep the 494 chapters of the provincial statutes
Too much comfort food eventually leads to physical discomfort
DrivesmartBC column: We are currently living about 10 years longer than our ability to drive safely
If there is room for a driver or cyclist to squeeze through, they will do it.
A smaller dog on the lap could move into a position that would entangle it in the steering wheel
If you fail to follow the rules, you run the risk of being towed
Be cautious of unexpected behaviour!
Maintaining a buffer in front of your vehicle gives you time to recover from inattention
It is past time to extend the GLP zero alcohol rules to all drivers.
One estimate places this number at 12,000 annually.
Anything inside your vehicle that is not tied down in some manner can become a hazard
Always assume that drivers cannot see you
Few drivers get their vehicle headlamps aimed, yet this is important
Tuesday, Oct. 6 is World Cerebral Palsy Day
My contact with a driver like this began when I stopped a business vehicle for speeding.
As I sit here beside my dad, holding his hand, as he prepares to take his final breaths
“Don’t you guys ever do anything else than write tickets?”
It’s time to deal with all the questions in the DriveSmartBC inbox
Since the police are only part of the solution, what are the alternatives?