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

Stay Back, Stay Back from the Yellow and Black!

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Blue Bird Corporation, one of the world's leading school bus manufacturers built Blue Bird No. 1, its first school bus in 1927. The body was made of wood and it was painted, no surprise, “school bus yellow” and black. Twelve years later, this colour scheme was officially adopted as the colour for all school buses in the United States and Canada. It remains so to this day. School buses are the most easily recognizable vehicles on the road.      

School Zones

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In early September, schools become giant vortexes pulling from all directions excited children on foot or on bicycles or being driven by their distracted, frazzled (!) parents.

Respect Big Trucks

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Lots of “four-wheelers" (trucker-talk for cars and car drivers) take to the highways for the final long weekend of the summer. There they find themselves sharing the road with loggers, lowboys, dryboxes, reefers, bull racks, buckets, bedhuggers, and water wagons—trucker-talk for the big trucks (18 wheelers) that transport the “stuff" of modern life.

Buckle Up Your Children!

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The law in British Columbia states that drivers must ensure that all children under the age of six are securely fastened by a properly utilized and adjusted restraint system that complies with the Motor Vehicle Act (MVA Regulation 36.01). The MVA regulations define the restraint system to be used based on the age and size of the child. The restraint system must comply with the Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (CMVSS) 213.1.

Buckle Up!

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Clunk-Click; Buckle Up for Safety; Buckle Up America; Click It or Ticket; Operation ABC Mobilization; Buckle Down to Buckle Up; Buckle Up: Disappoint Mr. Death— These are ad campaigns from countries around the world that have run at various times in the last 30 years. Is there anyone in the motor vehicle-driving world who hasn’t at least heard that wearing a seat belt is a good thing, safer than not wearing one?


Cedric Hughes

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