I am thinking about upgrading the sealed beams on a vintage car to LED headlights. The LED headlights I'm considering are marked "DOT SAE" on the front. Does that mean that they are legal on roadways in B.C.? The gentleman that posed this question also supplied a web site URL with more information that promised DOT approval and explained that these lights were used by international Baja racing teams. Sounds good, doesn't it?
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 340 complaints.
1) File 2019-5346: On May 27th a resident reported that their unlocked vehicle was rummaged through the previous Saturday in the 100 block of Sylvan Crescent, Parksville. Nothing was reported stolen.
Majority of drivers will benefit from changes to ICBC’s rate model: Driving convictions now impact optional premiums
More changes are coming to make car insurance better for B.C. Starting September 1, 2019, customers with frequent or serious driving convictions will pay more for their ICBC optional insurance coverage so that lower-risk drivers can pay less.
Oceanside Community Safety was at the Qualicum Beach Family Day event on Sunday, May 26th. Oceanside RCMP provided a marked police car, the Speed Watch program had a speed reader board out and lots of stickers and public safety as well as crime prevention information was distributed. A good time was had by all, and the weather could not have been better.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 303 complaints.
1) File 2019-4995: A vehicle in the 1500 block of Juan de Fuca Boulevard, Parksville, was reported rummaged through on May 19th. Entrance may have been made through a rolled down window with nothing reported missing and no damage.
A recent roadside study found that 99% of kids were buckled BUT 73% of car seats were used or installed incorrectly.
OCSV are here to help. Next Clinic is June 12 -484 Bay Ave.Parksville 9:00-11:00.
Oceanside RCMP and Oceanside Community Safety offer a FREE lecture series with topics such as Financial Safety and Counterfeits, Frauds and Scams, Internet and Cyber Crime, Elder Abuse, Cannabis Talk, Crime Prevention through Environmental Design, Personal and Property Safety and other interesting topics.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 277 complaints.
1)File 2019-4718: On May 12th a business owner in the 500 block of Stanford Avenue East, Parksville, reported that someone had damaged a glass door and lock.
A Local resident forwarded this email through firstname.lastname@example.org: "I'm writing to send a big thank you to the volunteers working this afternoon on Craig Street in Parksville. The volunteer checked off garage door opener and insurance decal expired. The garage door opener was really a hands-free Bluetooth device, but I had renewed my plates and neglected to stick the new decal.