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VIDEO - ICBC Video Tips: Intersection Safety

ICBC LogoIntersections are dangerous places, especially for pedestrians. Running red lights is one of the main causes of crashes in intersections—and incidents involving pedestrians. In this month's driving tip, an RCMP Corporal shares how B.C.'s 140 new cameras will help make our intersections safer.

ROADSENSE TIPS - Cell Phones and the GLP

ICBC LogoThis video, produced by ICBC, looks at why banning communication device use by drivers keeps our roads safer by keeping drivers focused on the task of driving. This applies to new drivers in the Graduated Licensing Program especially as they have not developed the necessary skills to spare attention for non-driving related tasks.

VIDEO - Embrace Life, Always Wear Your Seatbelt!

videoThis advertisement from the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership reminds us why we choose to wear our seatbelts.

VIDEO - No Place to Race

video iconThis YouTube video by South Australia's Motorcycle Accident Commission nicely illustrates the hazards of racing your motorcycle on the streets instead of the track.

ROADSENSE TIPS - Approaching a Curve

ICBC logoDo you know the right way to handle a curve or a bend in the road? In this month's tip, Approaching a Curve, ICBC explains the safest way to handle those twists and turns on our roads.

VIDEO - Everybody Hurts

video iconSome of the best anti-impaired driving videos come out of Australia. This example runs for 5 minutes and 22 seconds and it explains very well why police target impaired drivers. As they say, if you drink and drive, you're a bloody idiot!

ROADSENSE TIPS - Smart Holiday Driving

ICBC logoThis ICBC RoadSense video attempts to dispel some of the common myths about knowing when it is safe to drive after you have consumed alcohol. Dr. Bruce Campana explains that the best choice is still not to drive if you have been drinking.

VIDEO - What to do to Make Driving at Night Safer

videoThe end of Daylight Savings Time makes driving in the dark an essential part of commuting home for many during the fall and winter. Defensive Driving Online spokesman Jim Angelo explains some of the hazards created by darkness and offers several tips to make driving at night safer.

VIDEO - How to Determine if it is Safe to Pass

VideoThe video explains when not to pass, when it's okay to pass, and how to determine if you have time to pass safely. There is one fault with it as it shows passing on the right after crossing over a solid white line. This pass would be illegal in British Columbia. Otherwise, the advice is worthwhile.

ROADSENSE TIPS - Driving Smart in Bad Weather

ICBC logoFall has arrived in BC and with it rain, snow, ice and poor visibility. This month's Roadsense Tip from ICBC, Driving Smart in Bad Weather, helps you deal with the weather changes.

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