Just Half of B.C. Drivers Plan to Use Winter Tires This Season

BCAA Annual Winter Driving Survey reveals one-in-three B.C. drivers admit to “freaking out” when they have to drive in snow Burnaby, B.C. – A new survey for the British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) reveals that British Columbians are not fully prepared for winter driving conditions, with only half planning to install winter tires and one-in-four… Read more »

British Columbians Concerned About School Zone Road Safety

BCAA School Zone Safety survey reveals common driving mistakes in school zones and how drivers can contribute to better safety 72 per cent in B.C. believe that road safety in school zones is worse around “back to school” times. 80 per cent in B.C. think motorists are aware of the rules of the road when… Read more »

British Columbians Anxious About the Safety of Senior Drivers

Despite concerns, most residents are struggling to have tough conversations with the senior drivers in their lives. Burnaby, BC – With the BC Stats agency projecting the number of seniors to rise by nearly 30 per cent over the next few decades, the British Columbia Automobile Association’s (BCAA) new Senior Driver Survey shows that British… Read more »

Most Metro Vancouverites Think Car Sharing Options Will Reduce Traffic Congestion

BCAA launches Evo: a new one-way car sharing service and Vancouver’s first all hybrid, five-passenger fleet to suit B.C. lifestyle. Burnaby, B.C. – Today, BCAA launches Evo Car Share, Vancouver’s only pick-up and drop-off anywhere car sharing service to offer a full fleet of four-door, hybrid vehicles. With room for five passengers, cargo space and… Read more »