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Yearly Archives: 2015

Don’t penalize older drivers

By Steve Wallace, Times Colonist 
May 5th, 2015 Are government-ordered driving tests for the elderly unfair? Many seniors’ organizations believe so, as do some professional instructors. Steve Wallace, who runs the Joan Wallace Driving School and writes a column on… Read More…

Could you still pass a driving test? ‘Daily News’ reporter didn’t quite make the grade

Darrell Bellaart, Nanaimo Daily News, April 13, 2015 I knew I’d failed the second I stopped the car on top of the crosswalk. I took the ICBC driver re-examination road test as a personal challenge to the claim seniors driving… Read More…

How B.C. can reduce teen-driver deaths

By Steve Wallace, Times Colonist, Feb 25th 2015 The B.C. Coroners Service has made recommendations to reduce teen-driver deaths. One of the recommendations of the coroners service’s Child Death Review Panel is that ICBC conduct a review of the Graduated Licensing… Read More…

No substitute for real-world experience

By Steve Wallace, Times Colonist, July 25th 2014 Before new driving candidates in British Columbia can begin legally practising behind the wheel of a motorized vehicle, they must pass a written test. There are 50 questions on the test. In… Read More…

12 ways to improve your driving this year

By Steve Wallace, Times Colonist, Jan 2nd 2015 If you plan to make a New Year’s resolution to improve your driving habits and behaviour in the coming year, here are a dozen ways to do just that: 1 Get back to… Read More…

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