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Information relating to the government and traffic laws.

READING - More Large Trucks on BC Highways

Oversize TruckThe chances of meeting a very large truck on BC highways has increased again. In order to haul wood chips and wood residuals efficiently due to their lower weight for a given volume, the province will be permitting super B trains with lengths of up to 27.5 meters (90 feet) and heights of up to 4.45 meters (14 feet 8 inches) on certain highways.

BULLETIN - BC Motorcycle Inspections

Ministry of Transportation logoCommercial Vehicle Safety & Enforcement is aware of provincial vehicle inspections being conducted on manufactured Restricted Use Motorcycles (RUM). These vehicles are identified as vehicle type ‘RUM’ on the Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (CMVSS) compliance label.

READING - Guidelines for the Development of Road Safety Master Plans

City of TshwaneThe City of Tshwane in South Africa has created a successful road safety plan and has generously shared their documentation of Guidelines for the Development of Road Safety Master Plans. This process could be applied equally well here in British Columbia.

NEWS - Traffic Fine Revenues Returned to Local Governments

BC FlagThe BC Ministry of Community Development announced today that $63 Million from traffic fines are being returned to local governments to "hire more officers and invest in local projects, ranging from youth outreach and drug awareness programs to traffic safety."

PROGRAMS - Save Your Money and the Environment

Go GreenIt's time to get that old, inefficient vehicle off the road and trade up to a new, fuel efficient vehicle to reduce your carbon footprint and your contribution to air pollution. If you are in the market for a new car, the right choice can mean significant rebates on the purchase of specific fuel efficient vehicles, both hybrid and non-hybrid. In order to shop wisely, plan ahead and visit the links below for more information.

Q&A - Mandatory Vehicle Inspections

Q&A ImageI would appreciate your comments on the lack of any formal (Govt) testing of vehicle condition in BC.

READING - Seatbelts on the School Bus

school busI am often asked why school buses are manufactured without seatbelts. We are all accustomed to using them in our cars and know that they are a significant factor in reducing injury or death in a collision. If this is the case, shouldn't our children have the same benefit when they are bused to and from school?

READING - Road Safety as a Right and Responsibility for All

ETSC logoThe title caught my attention and made me think, can we actually change driving attitude? Everyone expects to receive what they feel is their right to have, but can they be convinced to be responsible for ensuring that others receive the same?

NEWS - Aftermarket Window Tinting

Commercial Vehicle Safety & Enforcement receives many inquiries regarding the application and compliance of aftermarket window tinting products. This vehicle safety and standards bulletin is intended to clarify existing Motor Vehicle Act Regulations and insure proper vehicle compliance with these requirements while operating a vehicle on the highway.

RESOURCE - DriveBC

Click to Visit DriveBCDriveBC is a "one stop" traveller information system for the province of British Columbia. A visit to the web site will allow you to plan ahead by visiting the required resources from one easy to find location. Links include:

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