Langley Police Issue Fines for Distracted Driving

Drivers Continue to be Distracted in Langley, British Columbia On September 1, 2016, the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia launched a month-long campaign targeting distracted drivers in the province. Within one day, local police in Langley wrote over one hundred tickets to drivers who engaged in distracted driving behaviours. Officers from the Mainland Integrated Road […]

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B.C. Will Not Ticket Pedestrians For Distracted Walking

Legislation May Need to be Updated For Distracted Walking Pokemon Go has taken on the world and in doing so, pedestrians and drivers have come out in droves, and that means that means there is more activity on the roads and streets. In British Columbia, the province has suggested that distracted pedestrians won’t be fined […]

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British Columbia Decreases Speed Limit As a Result of Increased Crashes.

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Is Speed A Big Factor In B.C. Crashes? The province of British Columbia has decided to reduce the speed limit on two of its highways following an increase tin some crashes since the speed limit was initially raised in 2014. The speed limit for Highway 1 from Hope to Boston Bar will be reduced from […]

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B.C. Government Announces Increase To Distracted Driving Fines

B.C. Distracted Driving Fines on the Rise June 1, 2016 The government of British Columbia has announced severe penalties for distracted driving in the province. The fine for distracted driving will be increased from $167 to $368. Distracted drivers caught engaged in distracted behaviour while operating a vehicle will also face four demerit points which […]

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