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John Ducker: B.C. gas limit nothing compared to wartime rationing

John Ducker: B.C. gas limit nothing compared to wartime rationing

There was a moderate shockwave in B.C. when the government announced fuel rationing measures on Nov. 17.
Bill Vance: Many bumps on the road for Willys-Overland

Bill Vance: Many bumps on the road for Willys-Overland

John North Willys got his start as an Overland dealer
December road checks kick off in B.C. this weekend

December road checks kick off in B.C. this weekend

CounterAttack campaign reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday season
Canadians think drivers are getting better, poll finds

Canadians think drivers are getting better, poll finds

Proportion of Canadians who say drivers in their municipality are worse than five years ago drops to 30% from 47% in 2019.
John Ducker: Plan ahead to escape flooding vehicle

John Ducker: Plan ahead to escape flooding vehicle

There’s a lot of conflicting advice out there on how to escape a flooding car but there are some points where most experts seem to agree.
Bill Vance: 1965 Mustang started the Pony Car craze

Bill Vance: 1965 Mustang started the Pony Car craze

Eye-catching sports car caught the wave of young buyers seeking style, performance and affordability
Electric vehicle purchase spike expected as Malahat closure squeezes off gasoline

Electric vehicle purchase spike expected as Malahat closure squeezes off gasoline

Gasoline shortages stemming from this week’s Malahat ­closures are pushing even more people to electric vehicles, says a board member of the Victoria EV Association.
John Ducker: How to thwart high-tech car thieves

John Ducker: How to thwart high-tech car thieves

Higher priced luxury vehicles seem to be the main target of “relay” thieves, who often steal specific in-demand vehicles on order
Greater Victoria gas stations see long lineups as supplies run low due to Malahat closures

Greater Victoria gas stations see long lineups as supplies run low due to Malahat closures

“It’s not a fuel shortage per se, but we’ve got a real bottleneck on the Malahat”; B.C. Ferries offering one-time sailing Thursday between Swartz Bay and Duke Point
John Ducker: Darker days mean danger on the roads

John Ducker: Darker days mean danger on the roads

It’s well documented that during the fall when we revert back one hour and things become dark early, collisions of all types increase somewhere in the area of six to ten per cent