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The driver clearly knew that what they were doing was against the traffic laws but in their minds they were still being safe
You may have seen them, a pair of small whistles that you attach to your vehicle to scare deer away and prevent collisions with them
The sun is low in the sky to the east at the time of my commute and there is one spot on the highway where it shines directly into my eyes
Contrary to what one might think, instances of wrong-way driving on divided highways are not rare
An older female who stopped in the fast lane on the opposite side of a divided highway to take a picture of a fatal collision
I was really surprised at the speed of drivers going past me, some I estimated at 130 km/h plus...
The little boy involved was sitting on his mother's lap while they rode in the back seat of a taxi...
Back to school! Time to learn about waiting your turn, lining up nicely, being courteous to others and following the rules.
If we could move to the I'm OK, you are OK state of mind...highway use would be a safer, more pleasant experience
When you disobey the traffic rules over and over again and nothing bad happens it is easy to believe that there is no risk in those actions
There is little doubt in my mind that one of the most popular add-on accessories for vehicles is some type of light.
Many would describe a highway as a stretch of lined pavement that is meant to drive vehicles on, especially outside of municipal areas
You can have your vehicle weighed free of charge at any government weigh scale, often at any time of the day...
All of the things that we teach our children to survive in traffic are equally applicable to older pedestrians
Yesterday I stopped to speak with the road maintenance contractor operating the mower clearing the shoulder...
Safety upgrades such as disc brakes, stainless steel brake lines, seat-belts and a theft alarm system are allowed
Freeways in British Columbia are governed by a posted speed limit of 110 km/h and for the most part are lit only by a driver's headlights
Drivers may not understand the duties required of them by the lines painted on the roadway.
A lack of care will eventually result in something like the recent incident in the West End of Vancouver.
A reader from Vancouver asked me where the rules came from for bicycle lanes and signs as they could not be found...