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John Ducker: What to do when a wildlife collision is unavoidable

John Ducker: What to do when a wildlife collision is unavoidable

The Canadian Traffic Injury Research Foundation estimates that 25,000 ungulates, usually deer or moose, are struck by cars each year. Total wildlife collisions are estimated at 200,000.
Bill Vance: 1949 Mercury got unexpected boost from James Dean

Bill Vance: 1949 Mercury got unexpected boost from James Dean

Rebel Without a Cause film made the Mercury the darling of the amateur and professional custom car set.
Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Number of new cars available to dealerships in the province hits record low
'I will never drive in B.C. again'

'I will never drive in B.C. again'

American colonel regretful after getting caught speeding twice on Alaska Highway
More cars, SUVs to qualify for electric vehicle rebates as feds expand program

More cars, SUVs to qualify for electric vehicle rebates as feds expand program

This summer's Formula E event in Vancouver now cancelled

This summer's Formula E event in Vancouver now cancelled

Organizers and the City of Vancouver say the event is now postponed, but a new date hasn't been set yet
John Ducker: On a motorcycle, seen and safe beats loud and proud

John Ducker: On a motorcycle, seen and safe beats loud and proud

Visibility, riding within your capability and constant attention to the road will keep riders far safer than any jazzy, loud aftermarket set of chrome pipes
Bill Vance: Front-wheel drive Toronado a bold move by GM

Bill Vance: Front-wheel drive Toronado a bold move by GM

The Toronado was a bold technical move that provided GM with a reservoir of invaluable engineering experience
70 per cent annual increase in Victoria's electric vehicles, count finds

70 per cent annual increase in Victoria's electric vehicles, count finds

Informal count by members of Victoria electric-vehicle club
John Ducker: Unlicensed drivers a hazard on the road

John Ducker: Unlicensed drivers a hazard on the road

Studies from the U.S. show unlicensed drivers are responsible for 20 per cent of all crashes. What’s more disturbing is that the unlicensed driver is significantly more likely to be in a fatal collision than a licensed driver.