British Columbia: Distracted driving news

British Columbia's public auto insurance carrier is studying a plan to provide discounts to drivers who install technologies designed to cut distractions. Province Attorney General David Eby ordered a feasibility study into offering rate cuts to those who install applications that prevent use of cell phones while driving. The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia started actively researching technological solutions to distracted driving earlier this year. "A distracted driving app could be a solution," a spokesman said. British Columbia's Supreme Court gave distracted driving enforcers … [Read more...]