Category Archives: motorcyclists

May .5 .2017

What Else Counts as Distracted Driving?

Texting and driving is one of the most dangerous things you can do, but it’s not the only distraction hurting and killing people on our roadways. Many of us think we’re champions at multi-tasking and...
May .3 .2017

Kicking Motorcycle Safety into Gear

Spring is here and for motorcycle fans, it’s time to head out on the highway and look for adventure. But no biker wants a collision to ruin the fun. That’s why May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness...
May .19 .2016

Be Biker Aware this Motorcycle Season

Did you know that May is Motorcycle Awareness Month? Reading some of the headlines around the province and across the country, though, you might not think that was the case. The month has tragically...
July .13 .2015

Could New Technology Eliminate Drunk Driving?

Does a world free of intoxicated drivers sound too good to be true? Vehicle blood alcohol sensors could make it a reality according to TIME Magazine. The technology was recently unveiled in the US by...
July .9 .2015

Road-Rage Incident Caught on Camera

According to CBC News, a Toronto road rage incident was captured on video as a CBC News crew was interviewing an Ontario police officer on a highway overpass. Two men shouting from vehicles...
March .31 .2015

Dashboard Camera Captures Teen Distracted Driving

Laughing with friends, singing along to their favorite songs, chattering on their cell phones – typical teenage life recorded on video moments before a fatal or near-fatal car accident. Statistics...
December .31 .2014

New Year’s Resolutions to Keep

November .20 .2014

Off-Road Vehicle Registration Now Available

Do you own one or more of the estimated 200,000 off-road vehicles (ORVs) in British Columbia? Effective November 17, owners can register their ORVs with ICBC for a one-time fee of $48. This includes...
September .15 .2014

Provincial Campaign Targets Distracted Drivers

The province, ICBC and local police have launched a safety campaign educating the public of the dangers of using their electronic devices while driving. A recent Ipsos Reid survey shows that BC...
August .27 .2014

BC Drunk Driving Laws Save Lives

A new University of British Columbia study has found that BC’s strict drinking and driving laws have significantly reduced the number of alcohol-related accidents and fatalities across the province....
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