In BC, it has always been illegal to drive slow in the left lane, on highways and freeways across the province. However, the province has recently stepped up their drive to education people, using fines to leverage better driving habits. You may now get ticketed $167 if you hog the left lane.
A dose of common sense might be useful too. Here it is.
- “It’s still drive-able” and other excuses, and what enforcement can result
- You’ll be surprised to learn these are the greatest school zone offenders (plus a rules refresher)
- DRIVING: Your Day in Traffic Court
- DRIVING: BC Drivers put roadside workers’ lives at risk
- Wet roads: Please slow down and increase your following distance
- DRIVING: Keep your eye out for fawns and deer families
- DRIVING: Slow Down, Move Over … It’s the law!
- ICBC encourages drivers to plan ahead to stay safe this Easter long weekend
- DRIVING: Seeing is half the secret; the other half is being seen
- Driving: You MUST pull to the side and stop for ambulance, police and fire
- DRIVING: ICBC advises drivers on the South Coast to adapt to winter road conditions
- DRIVING: Plan ahead – holiday CounterAttack roadchecks on now
- DRIVING: ICBC & police warning of challenges Island drivers face this fall
- DRIVING: Pedestrian safety tips #2
- DRIVING: Pedestrian safety #1, message for drivers
- What can you do with $368?
- DRIVING: Cover your license plate and risk a $230 fine
- Sooke RCMP on the prowl for distracted drivers
- DRIVING: Why driving slow in the left lane is bad
- DRIVING: Starting Tuesday Sept 6, heed school speed zones and school buses
- DRIVING: What you need to know about summer rain
- DRIVING: Roadside parking, facing traffic
- DRIVING: Higher fines for passing school buses with flashing lights
- DRIVING: ICBC releases its Hall of Shame with these top six fraud files from 2015
- DRIVING: Can you cross a double-solid line?
- DRIVING: Black ice, and words of advice from ICBC
- DRIVING: Driving in the Rain Safety Tip