One Crash is Too Many Blog

Local “N” driver joins the 99%

A Kelowna “N” driver veered out of his lane last week. The high school student was about to turn into the Rutland Senior Secondary school parking lot. One of my staff, in the next lane,…
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A bee in the car is not an excuse

Sequel alert! My words from the last column: “If swerving sharply or slamming on your brakes is your automatic reaction to a small, furry creature darting in front of your car, please work on changing…
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RCMP fight losing distracted driving battle

It’s got to be maddening. We’ve tasked the RCMP to target distracted driving. As first responders to crash scenes, it’s a public safety priority they fully support. RCMP Cst. Steve Holmes was recently quoted: “At…
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Insuring bad driving attitudes

I struck a raw nerve with my last column about collision insurance. A former client, continuing to feel symptoms from a rear-end collision that occurred years ago, inspired the topic. She became pissed off by…
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