The Importance of Defensive Driving

Awareness is key to defensive driving, ensuring you are aware of potential hazards and other road users’ actions around you, enabling you to take pro-active action to avoid an incident. To enable you to anticipate hazards, look 15 seconds ahead, giving yourself time to react. Aim to always scan your mirrors and look beyond the vehicle in front as this will help you to be aware of possible hazards before it is too late.

4 Driving safety tips

When you’re behind the wheel of a car – whether alone or with passengers – driving safely should always be your top concern. We’re more distracted than ever, so it’s crucial to know the basics of safe driving and practice them every time you’re on the road in order to drive responsibly. Here are some safe driving tips.

As fatalities rise, program aims to teach teens defensive driving to save lives

With prom season now in full swing and summer around the corner, experts like Highway Patrol trooper and defensive driving instructor Michael Baker said it’s a crucial time to make sure teens are prepared for the dangers they face behind the wheel.

Experts offer several safe driving tips

Driving can potentially be the most dangerous part of your work day. That is why it is so important to minimize distractions and drive safely to protect yourself and others on the roadways.

Want your driver’s licence? You’ll need to be vaxxed or show proof of a negative COVID-19 test

SGI’s COVID-19 policy to make road tests safer comes into effect Oct. 25.

Mandatory training will improve safety for commercial drivers

Safer, more skilled commercial drivers will be travelling B.C. roads with the implementation of mandatory entry-level training (MELT) for new Class 1 commercial driver’s licence applicants.

High demand for ICBC road tests, driving lessons lead to long waits to get behind the wheel

Wannabe drivers are facing month-long waits to get tested for a licence.