As the holiday season is upon us, many of us will be attending parties, going to shopping centers to complete our loved one’s wish lists or driving out of town to spend time with our family and friends. What do all of these things have in common? Relying on the use of a vehicle. In the
Today, BC Transportation Minister Todd Stone announced stiffer distracted driving penalties for anyone caught with a phone or device in hand. According to Vancouver Police, 1600 distracted driving tickets were issued in Vancouver in the month of March alone and 260,000 distracted driving tickets from 2010 to 2015. Manjot Hallen, Vancouver Personal Injury Lawyer was
CTV reported yesterday that Suzanne Anton has conducted yet another two-day conference on the direction of distracting driving laws in BC. The session led by government and other partners such as ICBC, MADD and RoadSafetyBC, police, and Doctors of BC addressed the need to reduce the number of deaths by distracted driving on BC Roads.