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B.C. man hit with $6K rental car bill after 30-day impound

B.C. man hit with $6K rental car bill after 30-day impound

The bill follows a trip through the Interior last January.
Parkland to double fast chargers in B.C., Alberta

Parkland to double fast chargers in B.C., Alberta

The Burnaby refinery owner has announced it's going to build 50 EV fast chargers between Victoria and Calgary.
John Ducker: Readers share their peeves on headlights, passing and more

John Ducker: Readers share their peeves on headlights, passing and more

Apparently lots of people are forgetting to turn on their main lights when it's dark or there's bad weather.
Ex-ICBC examiner awarded $2.2M for Burnaby driving test gone wrong

Ex-ICBC examiner awarded $2.2M for Burnaby driving test gone wrong

Heather Boal was injured in a crash during a road test she was administering in 2016. She has now successfully sued the woman taking the test and the man who taught her to drive.
Horseshoe Bay EV charging station inflicts thousands in car damage

Horseshoe Bay EV charging station inflicts thousands in car damage

A number of people have had their cars towed after attempting to charge it at the faulty charging port.
John Ducker: What to do if you're caught in fog during a drive

John Ducker: What to do if you're caught in fog during a drive

The best defence is not to be out when weather is going to push us beyond our driving limits. If you do have to drive in the fog, make sure your lights are working.
EV-maker Rivian begins first international deliveries in Vancouver

EV-maker Rivian begins first international deliveries in Vancouver

Vietnamese competitor VinFast says it’s ready to roll out in Vancouver by year’s end
John Ducker: Give bus drivers the respect they deserve

John Ducker: Give bus drivers the respect they deserve

B.C. bus driver union leaders estimate that 100 assaults on their members occur every year
B.C. following example of how other provinces collect used vehicle PST

B.C. following example of how other provinces collect used vehicle PST

Finance Minister Selena Robinson defends decision to force consumers to pay tax based on wholesale book value rather than actual sales price
John Ducker: Prevent defects to avoid risk of a crash

John Ducker: Prevent defects to avoid risk of a crash

Vehicles are better built now than any time in automotive history, so crashes caused by ignoring a correctable defect that is part of routine maintenance is on you
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