Current Road Safety Campaign:
High-risk driving campaign: May 15 to June 15
As the weather warms up and we head into summer, ICBC and police are asking you to plan ahead for increased traffic volumes so you’re not tempted to rush to your destination.
Tailgating, failing to yield or speeding are high-risk driving behaviours that contribute to almost half of all police-reported casualty crashes in B.C.
The high-risk driving campaign aims to remind drivers to slow down so they can be more prepared to expect the unexpected. The month-long campaign includes enhanced police enforcement and volunteer Speed Watch deployments in high crash locations. We want to help drivers avoid high-risk driving behaviors because fewer crashes and injuries lower claims costs and help keep rates as low as possible.
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Preventing auto crime
You can do a lot to protect your vehicle from theft or break-ins, such as by using an anti-theft device and removing any packages or personal property from sight.
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