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December 02

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November 30

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November 30

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What’s included in a winter driving emergency kit?

Here’s the checklist: Emergency kit containing non-perishable food, blankets and first aid suppliesWindshield scraper and snow brushExtra windshield washer fluidSpare tire, wheel wrench and jackShovel and traction mat, sand or kitty litterFuel line antifreezeFlares and matc

Seven steps to cold weather safety

1) Listen to the weather forecast Check the Environment Canada weather forecast before going out.Listen for a wind chill warning. Warnings are based on local climate and are issued when significant wind chills are expected.Visit Environment Canada’s new Weather and Meteor

How can you prepare yourself for winter driving conditions?

Follow these 7 steps: Check the current road conditions and weather forecast. Plan your route ahead of time. Leave lots of time so you’re not rushing. Learn winter road skills. If you drive for work, ask your employer for winter driving training. Keep at least four seco

It’s time to Shift into Winter

Plan ahead and drive safely this winter In British Columbia, the chances of being injured or killed in a motor vehicle incident (MVI) dramatically increase during winter months. On average, the number of casualty crashes due to driving too fast for the conditions increases by