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  • Episode 141: Distracted driving, measurands

    Kyla and Paul take a deep dive into distracted driving, AKA use of an electronic device while operating a motor vehicle. What does the current legislation say, what does it mean in practice, and do they have any concerns? Spoiler alert: they do. Then, Kyla and Paul explain what a measurand is and wh … Read more »

  • Episode 140: Distracted driving, speeding, Covid-19 travel restrictions

    A major decision at the BC Supreme Court could affect distracted driving laws. Kyla and Paul find out what it means for drivers. Another decision saw a man take his ticket for speeding all the way to the Supreme Court on grounds of insufficient evidence that the radar device was functioning and the … Read more »

  • Episode 139: New mouthpieces for alcohol breath testers

    Kyla Lee and Paul Doroshenko reveal details of two books Kyla has authored. Following concerns raised on this podcast about the risk of spreading coronavirus via police roadside breath testers, the manufacturer of the devices used in Canada has released a new Covid-friendly mouthpiece. Mike Farnwort … Read more »

  • 2020 Recap

    2020 has been a year of coronavirus, court closures and quarantines. But it hasn’t been all bad. Join Kyla Lee and Paul Doroshenko as they take a look back at the last year and hear interviews with some of the guests they have had on the show. Happy New Year from Driving Law. Follow Kyla Lee on Twit … Read more »

  • Episode 137: Police car near-miss, crime information on Twitter, parking

    Kyla Lee and Paul Doroshenko react to a video doing the rounds online which features a police car nearly hitting a young girl on a bike in the cycle lane. Next up, the co-hosts discuss the police on Twitter. Are they overstepping the mark with the information they make public on social media? Finall … Read more »