by Cedric Hughes, Barrister & Solicitor with regular weekly contributions from Leslie McGuffin, LL.B.   

Motor Vehicle Breakdowns on the Roadway

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Before cars became computers on four wheels, there were cars that were ‘lemons’. So many in fact that ‘lemon’ became a defined term in law and many jurisdictions enacted ‘lemon laws’ to enable a lemon-owner to recover damages and, in some cases, a replacement vehicle.

Variable Speed Limits: The New Normal

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In early June 2016, BC Transportation Minister Todd Stone announced the installation of variable speed limit signage systems [VSLs] on three BC highways as part of a pilot project to determine their effectiveness in reducing crashes in which inappropriate speed for weather conditions is a significant factor.

Drunk Driving Continues to be a Major Concern

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This being August—the season of summer festivals, barbeques, and road trips—it is time to focus on the latest statistics underlying recent indications that Canadians and Americans are not getting the message about impaired driving.

VW Faces Ongoing. Pollution Issues

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Last week brought new developments in the Volkswagen defeat device uproar

Road Carnage is Not a Focus of Political Concern

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On Friday June 24th, 2016, shortly after 9:45 pm on Toronto’s Highway 400 just south of Sheppard Avenue West, 12 vehicles, three of which were tractor-trailers crashed into one another in the southbound lanes.  A fire engulfed one of the tractor-trailers and two of the other vehicles.  Four people were killed.


Cedric Hughes

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