Posts Tagged ‘ Chains ’

How to Avoid Being Pranked by Spring on the Coquihalla

How to Avoid Being Pranked by Spring on the Coquihalla

Warning! Don’t let spring play an April Fools’ prank on you. Roadside signs state passenger vehicles are required to have winter tires, and commercial trucks must carry chains, on most BC highways between October 1 and March 31. However, that doesn’t mean winter tires and chains are never needed beyond those dates. Sometimes spring lets Old Man Winter outstay his welcome, especially on high elevation routes such as the Coquihalla. Professional truck drivers who travel BC’s high mountain passes...

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Five Things Not to Do When Winter Driving

Winter is here, but depending on where you are, you may have already been driving through the snow and ice for a while now. If you’ve had a lot of experience driving in those conditions, you know there’s a lot you can do to prepare yourself and your vehicle to make your travels easier. We’ve been sharing a lot of those tips and tricks lately, and in this season of giving, we’ve got a few more that might make...

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