For All Drivers

Winter – Mother Nature’s Ultimate Road Test

In British Columbia, the chances of being injured or killed in a motor vehicle incident (MVI) dramatically increases during the winter driving season (October 1st to April 30th).

Winter means things in different parts of the province.  From rain and fog, to snow and ice, make sure you’re ready for whatever is in store for B.C. this winter.  Prepare now to stay safe on the roads this winter.

  • Prepare Yourself

    Winter is coming, are you ready? Plan your trip and check road and weather conditions before heading out. Here are some other recommended tips to prepare yourself for winter conditions.

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  • Prepare Your Vehicle

    Don’t get left out in the cold. Whether it’s rain, fog, snow, or ice, always prepare your vehicle for winter weather. Here are some recommended tips to help you make sure your ride is up to the challenge.

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  • Drive for the Conditions

    Snow and ice push our driving skills to the limit. Winter conditions can change quickly. Know how to drive for the conditions before you get behind the wheel. Here are a few recommended tips.

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    Corey Viala
    Corey Viala
    BC Ambulance Service

    "Take a moment to think of the impact after the impact"

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    Ron Schwartz
    Ron Schwartz
    Interior Roads Ltd.

    "It's the unpredictability of winter in Northern BC."

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