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READING - Road Safety as a Right and Responsibility for All

The title caught my attention and made me think, can we actually change driving attitude? Everyone expects to receive what they feel is their right to have, but can they be convinced to be responsible for ensuring that others receive the same?

NEWS - Aftermarket Window Tinting

Commercial Vehicle Safety & Enforcement receives many inquiries regarding the application and compliance of aftermarket window tinting products. This vehicle safety and standards bulletin is intended to clarify existing Motor Vehicle Act Regulations and insure proper vehicle compliance with these requirements while operating a vehicle on the highway.

RESOURCE - DriveBC

Click to Visit DriveBCDriveBC is a "one stop" traveller information system for the province of British Columbia.

NEWS - Low Speed Vehicles

Transport Canada logoTransport Canada announces a change to the definition of Low Speed Vehicle to include low-speed trucks that will allow British Columbia-based low-speed truck manufacturer Canadian Electric Vehicles Ltd. to market its LSV across Canada.

NEWS - Driving Without Doors

car without doorsCommercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement has received numerous complaints and enquiries regarding vehicles operating on the highway without the driver and / or passenger door(s) in place. Reports most commonly identify certain makes and models of Jeep as some of these vehicles have side doors that may be easily removed. Any vehicle operating on the highway without doors represents a serious safety concern for the occupants as side intrusion protection and passenger containment would be compromised in the event of a collision.

Racing, Aggressive Driving and Stunting

Street RaceWhen I worked on the Municipal Traffic Section in Penticton about 15 years ago I watched a young man on a motorcycle ahead of me in traffic on the summertime busy main street. He was first in line at a red light and when it turned green he cranked on the throttle and roared off down the street balanced on the rear wheel with the front one about three feet off the ground.

Legislative Confusion

Confused

Remember the column I wrote last week on fog lamps? The one where I finished by saying that rear fog lamps were still illegal for use in BC? Well, one reader asked me the question "Why not?"

Why not indeed! I volunteered to find out and contacted the provincial government to ask.

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