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'Never been easier': Tech expert dispels Canada's electric vehicle myths

'Never been easier': Tech expert dispels Canada's electric vehicle myths

Hundreds of new chargers are slated to be installed across Canada and more Canadians are considering EVs than ever before. But why is the adoption rate still so low?
B.C. motorists with peeling licence plates subject to $230 fine

B.C. motorists with peeling licence plates subject to $230 fine

Plates most affected by problem made between 2007 and 2012; ICBC brokers offering free replacements
Trucker ticketed after colliding with $600K McLaren on B.C. highway

Trucker ticketed after colliding with $600K McLaren on B.C. highway

The trucker was issued a $109 ticket for failing to yield and docked three points.
Why electrification is the road less travelled for commercial truck fleets in North America

Why electrification is the road less travelled for commercial truck fleets in North America

Accelerating the drive to transportation decarbonization is complex and costly for trucking firm.
John Ducker: Cyclists, truckers must be safety-aware to avoid crashes

John Ducker: Cyclists, truckers must be safety-aware to avoid crashes

Surprisingly, several trucking and cycling experts seem to agree on what can be done to prevent tragedies in the future
British Columbians can now get $9,000 in EV rebates

British Columbians can now get $9,000 in EV rebates

The B.C. government is increasing the maximum electric vehicle rebate to $4,000 in a new program targeting individuals who earn less than $80,000 per year.
John Ducker: Some driving myths that refuse to die

John Ducker: Some driving myths that refuse to die

Five driving myths that are often presented as fact, from how long it takes to sober up to the right position for your hands on the steering wheel.
Willys Jeepster: When war vehicles have no more war, they wind up as civilians

Willys Jeepster: When war vehicles have no more war, they wind up as civilians

Be prepared for your road test, advises ICBC, as demand soars

Be prepared for your road test, advises ICBC, as demand soars

B.C.'s driver licensing offices are busy, with waits of up to 60 days for a driving test. ICBC offers tips on how to make the most of your time ā€” and, it hopes, pass your test on the first try.
Two Oak Bay car shows this weekend offer bonanza for car enthusiasts

Two Oak Bay car shows this weekend offer bonanza for car enthusiasts

Jaguars on the Island Concours dā€™ Elegance, the largest annual gathering of Jaguars in North America, is on Saturday, followed by the Oak Bay Collector Car Festival on Sunday.