If you live in the South Coast region of BC, being prepared for driving in winter weather might be lower on your priority list than it would be if you lived in the North. But
Winter in B.C. It means snow and ice and a lot of bad weather that can make driving more challenging. That’s why we’re teaming up with WorkSafeBC, the British Columbia Automobile Association and the BC
DriveBC is now available for mobile Internet devices, so those on the go, can be in the know. Let’s say you’re on a road trip and part of your plan is to visit a friend
You can find the Horse Lake Road intersection on Highway 97 in the District of 100 Mile House. And if you look south, you’ll see Seventh Street, where the local high school is located. This
Run silent, run deep isn’t a phrase you’ll hear too often when we talk about highways, but we actually do spend a fair bit of time underwater. The reason isn’t too surprising, given that we
Safe driving on long trips means taking regular breaks to rest your mind and body. Driver fatigue is a major cause of vehicle crashes, so try to take a 15-minute break about every two hours.
If you’re driving to Alberta across the Rocky Mountains, you have a few different routes to choose from. The Kootenay Pass on Highway 3 is one popular option. At nearly 1,800 metres, it’s also our