Posts Tagged ‘ Spring ’

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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Sunny, Cloudy, Busy and Rainy – A Typical Ending of Spring in BC

Looking at our trusty DriveBC HighwayCams this morning showed us that while some things change (check out the new cam at Mica Dam), some things always seem to stay the same. Across the province, things look sunny, cloudy, rainy and busy. Do you know what that means? It means that tomorrow must be the first day of summer. Whatever the weather and wherever you are headed this summer, check DriveBC before you go and enjoy that sunshine…(and cloud and...

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A Glimpse at the Many Faces of Spring on B.C. Highways

Spring has finally sprung! Or has it? While today marks the official arrival of spring, a quick glimpse around our beautiful province through the eyes of DriveBC HighwayCams reveals many different kinds of roads to be travelled – all depending on your location. Spring does not treat all B.C. drivers equally. After all, it’s a transition period, and weather conditions can bring a little bit of everything. No matter where you live, it’s important to be aware of the...

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Our Spring Cleaning Checklist

It’s been a long winter, and the white stuff is still on the ground across much of the province. But take heart! The first day of spring is finally here, and along with spring comes a little housekeeping to keep things in order. What do you include in your spring cleaning checklist? Windows? Closets? Behind the bed? Under the stove? The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has a spring cleaning check list too, but it probably looks a little...

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