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This question has two answers, depending if the pedestrian is at an intersection with or without operational traffic lights
Some castles on wheels require either a house trailer endorsement on a licence or a higher licence class
A man might still be alive today if all the reflectors on his disabled vehicle hadn't been broken
What are we thinking about when we drive? More and more often I am convinced that we are thinking about anything but the driving task.
One sure sign of growing up when we were young was the ability to use our crayons and stay between the lines... the same applies to driving
Drivers still fail to slow down and move over when possible, putting the safety of emergency workers at unnecessary risk
Neuroscience and social science suggest that we are more optimistic than realistic when it comes to our driving skills
Cumberland council considered stop signs to quell speeding but village councillors knew the problem could actually be made worse
I agree with him because I almost made a hood ornament out of a wrong-way cyclist not long ago
Not likely. Sometimes the only way to prevent dangerous drivers from endangering us all is to put them in a cage
If you wear, or make sure that your children under the age of 16 wear a proper bicycle helmet when cycling you are following the law.
Technically, even one kilometer per hour above the limit is speeding.
Disguise is a valid form of law enforcement investigation and that's no different when it comes to traffic surveillance
It was clear that the program made a significant difference in the incidence of impaired driving
Built-in biases lead us to believe we are better than average drivers — but 50 per cent have to be below average so where do you sit?
Radar and laser detectors are legal in B.C. but rules around laser jammers are a little more complicated
Retired RCMP constable Tim Schewe talks about his experience with police quotas for catching speeders and impaired drivers
It is an offence to simply possess a phony driver's licence, much less attempt to use it
Retired constable, Tim Shewe, talks about his experience with radar reading disputes
The loss of one headlight is the loss of at least half that information and could be the major contribution in an accident