British Columbia: Distracted driving news

Tougher penalties for distracted driving are on the way to British Columbia, new Public Safety Minister Mike Morris confirms. He said a "substantial" crackdown on those who drive distracted is in the works, likely via a "combination of monetary penalties and points." He said the plan is to have a resolution before lawmakers by spring 2016. Morris has replaced Suzanne Anton, who also supported higher penalties. British Columbia's government recently gathered public input on the province's distracted driving laws (below). Attorney General Suzanne Anton says there is "no question that the … [Read more...]