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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 27
Replying to @rtm030
Sadly, a common problem in many areas, even during my commute in Surrey. Not necessary to run with high beams on when driving on streets with lit street lamps. And drivers are oblivious when they are flashed. The big blue light on instrument panel should be clue to dim lights!
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 27
it is an offense to drive with headlights on high beam and fail to dim them for oncoming traffic? Fail to dim headlamps = $81
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 23
Replying to @xone70x
It really depends on the totality of the available evidence in any given circumstances
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 23
Replying to @xone70x
Hi George, at a minimum if proven taillights not illuminated or working: drive without lighted lamp after dark. $81 fine under mvar, no points. Might consider due care, but harder to prove.
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BCRCMP Oct 21
When you've conducted over 800km in patrol during your traffic shift in Northern BC, you won't hesitate to make one more stop when Mother Nature throws this breathtaking beauty in front of you.
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 21
Replying to @BCRCMP
Thanks for sharing this ! Our Traffc Officers see some amazing sights. Thanks to the officer for sending to us!
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 21
RCMP seek witnesses in fatal September crash on Highway 16 near Vanderhoof
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 20
You're absolutely correct, Nick! Depending on make of your car, tail lights may not illuminate if switch is left in the "Auto" position. Best to get in the habit of turning lights to "On" position. Safer for all concerned. Now, if this message would only reach intended audience!
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 20
Daytime Running Lights may not illuminate your vehicle's tail lights making it difficult for drivers to see you at night? Be visible! Drive with lights in "Auto" or "On' position at all times.
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 14
Replying to @ChiefSerr
Our thoughts are with the officer's Abby PD family during this difficult time. Deepest condolences to the officer's family and all those who knew him.
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 13
you must not operate vehicle unless all windows including windshield are completely free of ice, snow, fog, condensation? Windshield or window that impairs vision = $81
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 10
Replying to @DriveSmartBC
Old article but it is still on point and needs repeating. No tint forward of driver's shoulders, including passenger side for the reasons mentioned in article.
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 9
Replying to @DriveSmartBC
This has been the case for a long time. See this:
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ICBC Oct 8
Driving in rain? Slow down, watch for brake lights ahead and leave extra space between vehicles.
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Vernon North Okanagan RCMP Oct 7
2020 Emergency Services Lumby Food Drive
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Abbotsford News Oct 7
Police seek help in solving fatal Highway 7 hit and run
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ICBC Oct 7
Drivers turn your headlights on when visibility is reduced.
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 7
That could not have been easy, Britney. Thank you. I am sure the man's family is appreciative that someone was with their loved one at the end. Having attended many of these types of crashes in my career, I understand the impact it can have on witnesses. Look after you, too.
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NEWS 1130 Oct 6
A 50-year-old man from Surrey died Monday evening when he was struck by a vehicle after being thrown from his motorcycle
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BC RCMP Traffic Oct 6
Commercial vehicles MUST use or carry chains from October 1 to April 30 or face stiff fines? Fail to carry chains = $196; Fail to use chains when required = $598.
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