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AIMRoads 29m
Don’t learn by accident. Discover more info on how to drive in winter conditions before getting behind the wheel. Visit
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Argo Roads South Peace Nov 25
Different conditions require different tools. Learn more about the three different snow plows found on here: via .
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Argo Roads Thompson 14h
2x the speed = 4x the braking distance. "In wet or icy road conditions it's even more." - Check your speed. Remember, speed limits are for ideal conditions, & winter conditions are not ideal
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Dawson Construction Nov 22
! Check for local road conditions before heading out.
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Dawson Construction Nov 28
What’s included in a winter driving emergency kit? Learn about how you can prepare to on our website:
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Mainroad East Kootenay Contracting 10h
Tour a 5-Ton Single Axle Plow Truck, one of over 30 pieces of snow removal equipment in Mainroad's fleet serving the Service Area
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Truck Loggers Association 9h
The winter driving season is fast approaching! The council's safety campaign is an annual event that reminds all drivers what they can do to prepare to be safe on snowy and icy roads. Learn more:
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RoadSafetyHarvey Nov 24
Classic MacGyver reference (bubble gum optional) 👇
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Argo Roads South Peace Nov 26
If you have to travel, always give yourself extra time to get to your destination, travel during daylight hours when possible + let someone know your route + when you plan to arrive. More Tips:
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Mainroad Mid Island Contracting Nov 25
During winter, road conditions change fast, and so should your speed. The posted speed limit is the maximum speed under ideal driving conditions. Please slow down. Learn more on how to :
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SafetyDriven™ Nov 29
Winterizing your safety plan: Information for Commercial Carriers available here:
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Argo Roads South Peace 11h
Want to win a set of winter tires? If you have employees who drive for work, complete the new FREE winter driving safety online course + you'll be entered to win a set courtesy of ! Deadline is December 15. Register:
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SafetyDriven™ Nov 23
Commercial Carriers, winter is not business as usual. Free commercial trucking safety resources for winter road conditions:
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Argo Roads South Peace Nov 28
Today, please watch for compact snow, slippery sections, & fog patches throughout the . Please give yourself extra time, adjust driving to conditions, & remember to give winter maintenance vehicles continuing clean up efforts plenty of room to work.
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SafetyDriven™ Nov 23
Complete the Winter Driving Safety online course and exit survey by December 15 2020 hosted by Road Safety At Work to be entered into a draw for a set of winter tires courtesy of Kal Tire (estimated value up to $1,000)
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BC Transportation Nov 23
Find out where sand used on some BC highways comes from, and what size of road crush is applied where. This video takes you behind the scenes at one of crushing operations:
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Road Safety At Work Nov 27
Driving in snow and ice? Tip 2: Drop your speed to match road conditions.
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Argo Roads Thompson Nov 22
If you have essential travel today, please expect limited visibility with fog on between East + Wire Cache Rest Area. Please slow down, remember to turn on your lights, & keep at least 4 seconds between you + the vehicle in front.
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YRB Kootenay Ltd Nov 23
Although winter is upon us, we still have many ongoing roadside works. As we ask you to we are also asking that you be mindful of the and respect the roadside workers! Please obey signs and drive to the conditions!
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Road Safety At Work Nov 22
Employers, don’t let your employees drive if weather conditions are unsafe. Cancel, re-schedule, or re-route trips. Check
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