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Why electrification is the road less travelled for commercial truck fleets in North America

Why electrification is the road less travelled for commercial truck fleets in North America

Accelerating the drive to transportation decarbonization is complex and costly for trucking firm.
John Ducker: Cyclists, truckers must be safety-aware to avoid crashes

John Ducker: Cyclists, truckers must be safety-aware to avoid crashes

Surprisingly, several trucking and cycling experts seem to agree on what can be done to prevent tragedies in the future
John Ducker: Some driving myths that refuse to die

John Ducker: Some driving myths that refuse to die

Five driving myths that are often presented as fact, from how long it takes to sober up to the right position for your hands on the steering wheel.
John Ducker: High-tech apps behind the wheel more dangerous than jalopies

John Ducker: High-tech apps behind the wheel more dangerous than jalopies

While it’s intuitive to believe that mechanically unreliable cars are a major hazard on our roads, the statistics say otherwise.
Rising gas prices hitting bottom line of businesses that move people and goods

Rising gas prices hitting bottom line of businesses that move people and goods

Gas prices are going up across the country, but are highest in B.C., where they hit $2.219 a litre in parts of Greater Victoria and Metro Vancouver this week.
Watch: Driving a 2022 Porsche Macan GTS at the Porsche Factory in Germany

Watch: Driving a 2022 Porsche Macan GTS at the Porsche Factory in Germany

Every premium manufacturer today has an answer to the Macan, but in my experience, none can match its breadth and polish.
Canada budget silent on electric vehicle rebate for used cars

Canada budget silent on electric vehicle rebate for used cars

The Liberal 2022 budget says Ottawa will extend the national electric vehicle rebate program to 2025. Used electric vehicles will not be included, despite a 2021 election promise.
Cycling insurance in B.C.: Do you need it and how can you get it?

Cycling insurance in B.C.: Do you need it and how can you get it?

Bicycle insurance costs roughly $30 a year in British Columbia.
Winter storm watch issued

Winter storm watch issued

Snow, at times, heavy; travel may be affected
One fatality in head on-crash

One fatality in head on-crash

A two-vehicle collision which closed the Alaska Highway at the 259 Road on Jan. 26, 2022, in Fort St John has led to one fatality. 
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