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DriveBC Jan 19
UPDATE - - Closed from 11 km east of at In-Shuck-Ch FSR to due to freezing rain and black ice. Assessment in progress. Detour not available. Details:
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DriveBC Feb 4
Passing a snowplow on the right is not recommended.
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Vancouver Police Jan 13
Before heading out, remember to check road conditions, give yourself extra time to get to your destination, and clear the snow off your vehicle.
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BC Transportation Jan 27
Black ice... what it is, where it forms and what to do if you hit it:
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ECCC Weather British Columbia Dec 5
A Snowfall Warning is in effect for Rogers Pass. Snow will start this evening and up to 25 cm may fall by Friday afternoon!
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DriveBC Feb 4
Winter Driving Conditions + High Mountain Roads =
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BC Transportation Jan 21
Congrats - you're leading Canada for... snow!? Most above-average snowfall so far in January, with 312 per cent of the usual amount for the entire month.
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ICBC Feb 21
Avoid sudden steering changes and braking in heavy rain. You could lose traction.
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BC Road Builders Feb 5
Winter's not done yet! Remember to slow down to match road conditions. The posted speed limit is the maximum speed under ideal driving conditions.
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A. Paramedics Of BC Jan 14
Slow down when you approach shaded areas, bridges and overpasses. These sections freeze sooner than others.
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Miller Capilano Highway Services Feb 12
Winter’s not over yet! Oct 1 – March 31 drivers must follow winter tire & chain signs in , for select hwys including mtn passes & rural routes in high snowfall areas, the date is extended until April 30.
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RoadSafetyBC Feb 23
Slow down and drive to conditions, especially when vision is limited. Failure to do so could result in a motor vehicle incident causing injury or even death.
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WorkSafeBC Jan 30
Safe trips are planned trips. When driving is necessary ensure your workers plan their route. More Info
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Vancouver Police Jan 22
Change in road conditions can impact your visibility on the road. Adjust your driving – slow down, maintain a safe following distance, and always use your headlights and taillights!
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Miller Capilano Highway Services Mar 5
❄️It's snowing in & crews are out plowing Drive to the conditions & slow down. Please remember never pass a snow plow or salt/sand truck on the right.
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Katie Woochuk Feb 4
Can other drivers see you? SHOW YOUR TAIL LIGHTS-USE YOUR HEADLIGHTS. Before you drive away, check that you have your lights on.👇👇👇 thanks ,
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City of Surrey Jan 13
Always check road conditions before heading out. Plan your trip in advance and use well-travelled roads to avoid areas with heavy snow and ice. If you feel unsafe to drive, find alternative modes of travel. More info at
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Lori Andrews Nov 6
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Destination BC Corp Feb 13
Driving and roads in winter can mean rapid weather changes and unpredictable conditions. Remind visitors to be winter ready—incl. winter tires/chains—drive to the conditions and check before heading out. Visit for more >
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Highway Thru Hell Dec 4
A reminder from everyone on to drive safe this holiday season.
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