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You can get slapped with a $121 fine for not having winter tires on most B.C. highways

You can get slapped with a $121 fine for not having winter tires on most B.C. highways

Be prepared.
John Ducker: How to know when it's time to hang up the keys

John Ducker: How to know when it's time to hang up the keys

In your 70s and onward, you are more likely to be involved in a crash than any other age group, except those who are 25 and younger
Shock at the pumps largely a refining issue: analyst

Shock at the pumps largely a refining issue: analyst

Gasoline prices in Vancouver spiked twice over the weekend by 38 cents, while Greater Victoria also saw sharp increases.
City of Victoria installs first of 30 neighbourhood EV fast chargers

City of Victoria installs first of 30 neighbourhood EV fast chargers

The new station, located in the Bay Street parking lot at Vic West Park, has two 50-kilowatt direct-current fast chargers.
Bill Vance: Automotive historian offered readers insight into classic cars

Bill Vance: Automotive historian offered readers insight into classic cars

Mercedes-Benz 300SL, Bill’s favourite car, was first to feature gullwing doors
John Ducker: It's time to focus on pedestrian safety

John Ducker: It's time to focus on pedestrian safety

According to the B.C. coroner, the worst seasons for pedestrian fatalities are nearly upon us
John Ducker: Queen had lifelong passion for cars and driving

John Ducker: Queen had lifelong passion for cars and driving

Trained in mechanics theory, truck transport and map reading, then Princess Elizabeth was driving heavy British wartime vehicles by the time she was 18
Condo Smarts: How to move forward on electric-vehicle charging in complex properties

Condo Smarts: How to move forward on electric-vehicle charging in complex properties

Owners can anticipate governments to introduce legislation to compel multi-family properties to permit installation of charging stations in the near future
John Ducker: Who's to blame in crash with driverless car?

John Ducker: Who's to blame in crash with driverless car?

Technology is moving fast in the vehicle world.
Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster's ICBC pirate hat fight deepens

Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster's ICBC pirate hat fight deepens

Gary Smith identifies as a Pastafarian, a worldwide religion whose members wear either pasta colanders or a three-cornered hat known as a pirate's tricorn on their heads.
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