This week is Bike to Work Week in B.C. and more and more people are taking up cycling as a commuting option. It’s important for cyclists to pay attention to vehicles turning at intersections. As a driver, before you or one of your passengers open a vehicle door, always check for oncoming cyclists.

Drives-U-Crazy-1Spring has sprung and the weekend drivers are out in force on the Sea to Sky Highway. Frustrating to find yourself as one of a dozen following a driver who won’t even match the posted speed limit. And then when you get to a passing lane he speeds up rather than move over!

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Auto crime incidents continue to plummet across the province but there’s still more we can do to deter thieves and protect our vehicles. Use an anti-theft device, park in secure, well-lit areas, remove all valuables and always lock your doors.

If you’re travelling across our province to spend time with family this holiday season, be realistic about travel times and check out the road conditions via ahead of time so you can prepare yourself and your vehicle for any challenging weather you may encounter.

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