One Crash is Too Many Blog

A Crash is a Forced Triathlon

You have to train for a triathlon that you didn’t sign up for, you get none of the fringe benefits and you don’t get to check it off your bucket list because you won’t be…
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Attentive Driving Takes Work

I back out of my driveway every morning at about 5:15 a.m.  Traffic on that quiet street at that time of the morning is rare. This morning, just as my back bumper is meeting the…
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Attentive Driving Takes Work

I back out of my driveway every morning at about 5:15 a.m.  Traffic on that quiet street at that time of the morning is rare. This morning, just as my back bumper is meeting the…
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Accountability – Driver’s Must Have

“…I wonder how many drivers that injure someone in an accident follow up to understand how the injury may have effected that person.  I’m left with an impression that ICBC keeps the person responsible out…
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Refocus on the Real Issue: Road Rage

Our provincial leaders have identified a road safety issue and they are addressing it.  Transportation Minister, Todd Stone, has promised legislation that will arm police to punish that scourge of road safety: the left lane…
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More Technology Equals Less Care?

I expressed excited optimism, in my last column, about automatic braking and other technologies that have a hope of finally putting a significant dent in our car crash epidemic. Two readers: Roger, a retired professional…
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Alexandra’s Story

Our broken hearts ache for something positive to rise up from the worst tragedies. It is January 28, 2015, on a straight stretch of Highway 33, east of Kelowna.  It is broad daylight and road…
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