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August 12th 2014 by Andrew Ling

Long live the road trip! According to recent survey, a large majority of British Columbia motorists plan on taking a driving vacation this summer.

Fatigue on long drives, especially on straight highway stretches, can result in inadequate following distances and inattentiveness on the part of the driver.

August 8th 2014 by Benjamin Yong

Gone are the days where the only thing to entertain you on your drive home was an AM/FM radio and, if you were really lucky, a CD player. Automakers are now trying to create an all-inclusive experience by allowing control of your smartphone and other mobile devices via your car, and vice versa. Let’s take a look at some of the best in-vehicle information and entertainment systems available right now.

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August 6th 2014 by Andrew Ling

Long live the road trip! According to recent BCAA survey, a large majority of British Columbia motorists plan on taking a driving vacation this summer.

Despite the price of gas hovering above $1.35 per litre, more than half of B.C. drivers surveyed refused to let the high gas prices deter them from hitting the road this summer.

July 30th 2014 by Andrew Ling

Various types of anti-idling provisions have been written into Canadian municipal by-laws for at least three decades. In the Greater Vancouver Regional District, both the City of Vancouver and City of North Vancouver have added amendments to their Street and Traffic Bylaws prohibiting a motor vehicle stopped on a city street from operating its engine for more than 3 minutes during a 60 minute period.

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