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Drivers told to prepare before hitting the highways on long weekend

Drivers told to prepare before hitting the highways on long weekend

Always be prepared to be caught in traffic.
John Ducker: Let's review the rules on four-way stops

John Ducker: Let's review the rules on four-way stops

It’s probably the most basic rule in driving: When you see a stop sign — you stop
Bill Vance: TR7 couldn't revive Britain's sports-car leadership

Bill Vance: TR7 couldn't revive Britain's sports-car leadership

TR7 assembly was a disjointed affair reflecting the somewhat chaotic condition the British auto industry was sliding into.
B.C. gas prices are falling, but will it last?

B.C. gas prices are falling, but will it last?

In Metro Vancouver, gas prices are expected to drop further over the Labour Day weekend, but one expert warns that trend could signal an economic downturn and could spike again by the end of the year.
Evo Car Share expands footprint in Greater Victoria

Evo Car Share expands footprint in Greater Victoria

45 vehicles will join existing 80-vehicle electric fleet
John Ducker: Tall tales from the traffic-ticket files

John Ducker: Tall tales from the traffic-ticket files

It could be called the traffic ticket excuse syndrome and there have been some excuse masterpieces over over the years.
Bill Vance: Recession was final nail in the coffin for Pontiac

Bill Vance: Recession was final nail in the coffin for Pontiac

Pontiac’s sporty small cars, the return of the Firebird/Trans Am after a hiatus, and being designated as GM’s performance car division wasn’t enough to save the nameplate.
Price of gas rises again — get used to it, say industry analysts

Price of gas rises again — get used to it, say industry analysts

The war in Ukraine continues to be an “active factor” in gas prices
Avis billed North Vancouver woman for driving 36,000 km in 3 days

Avis billed North Vancouver woman for driving 36,000 km in 3 days

Customer would have to have been driving 536.5 kilometres per hour non-stop to rack up the distance alleged by car rental company.
John Ducker: Licence plates help keep drivers accountable

John Ducker: Licence plates help keep drivers accountable

Naturally, there are two camps, the ones who put two plates on their vehicle and the ones who don’t.
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