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  • Three concerns about new passive anti-drunk driving tech in new vehicles

    The Canadian government is examining the potential use of technology to detect drunk driving in vehicles. This follows legislation that was passed in the United States requiring all vehicles manufactured there to have passive alcohol-sensing technology by 2026. Although the technology has the potent … Read more »

  • Why You Should Keep Your Licence

    Driving is an essential part of modern life for most adults of working age. It allows us to get to work, run errands, and visit loved ones with ease. It’s important to remember that in Canadian law driving is now considered a privilege, not a right. That’s why it’s crucial to keep your driver’s lice … Read more »

  • Three mistakes people make defending their own traffic tickets

    If a BC police officer issues you a traffic ticket, you should consider disputing it. In a recent blog post, we discussed six reasons to defend a traffic ticket. You may be considering representing yourself in court or paying the fine, but hiring a British Columbia driving lawyer to defend your tick … Read more »

  • Why should you hire a traffic ticket lawyer?

    If you’ve been issued a traffic ticket, you may be wondering if you should hire a lawyer to help you fight it. While it’s always an option to represent yourself in court, there are significant benefits to hiring a driving lawyer to handle your case. In British Columbia, traffic tickets have more sig … Read more »

  • Dispute a ticket to avoid a driving prohibition

    There are many reasons to dispute a traffic ticket. For example, you might think something about what happened simply wasn’t right. But one of the main reasons to dispute a ticket is to avoid a driving prohibition and that makes a lot of sense. In British Columbia, it’s fairly rare to get a ticket. … Read more »