Slow Down and Move Over

Safety Cone

Hundreds of roadside work zones will be set up across BC this summer, and every day, tens of thousands work alongside our roadways: first responders, tow truck operators, landscapers, flag people, road maintenance crews and more.

Roadside work can be dangerous. Thousands of drivers will travel through these "Cone Zones", which places roadside workers at risk. Between 2010 and 2019, 13 roadside workers were killed and 204 were injured and lost time from work as a result of being hit by a motor vehicle. "Slow down and move over it's the law" What are the laws and penalty?



Driver Licensing


 ICBC launches online booking system for in-office driver licensing appointments.Starting today, ICBC is moving to an appointment-based system for most driver licensing office transactions.

As customer volume increases, ICBC is asking customers to book an appointment before visiting an ICBC office for transactions, such as driver licence renewals and knowledge tests. This ensures that ICBC continues to adhere to physical distancing guidelines set by the Provincial Health Officer.


Summer Counter Attack Road Checks

stop sign with martini glass


2020 Summer Counter Attack Impaired Driving Campaign has begun!

If you will be out and consuming alcohol or recreational drugs, please plan a safe ride home. Hosting a get together? Remember that you have responsibilites for your guests when you are serving intoxicants. There is no excuse for driving while impaired and BC has some significant penalties for drivers who make the wrong choice.

Traffic Calming

DriveSmartBC LogoWhenever I make a public presentation and then open the floor to questions people always highlight the traffic problems in their neighbourhoods and ask why the police never seem to be doing anything about them. I always feel inadequate when I point out that those same problems exist everywhere in our community and the police can only be there occasionally.