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Who’s Driving the Anti-Motorist Bus Regarding BC Speed Limits?

Setting the record straight. by Ian Tootill [Revised for accuracy November 10, and again on November 15, 2018] During October in BC, the anti-motorist crowd of taxpayer-funded academic cycling advocates was hard at it again. This time they ran to the media waving a...

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ICBC papers by Richard McCandless

BC Policy Perspectives Commentary: Government Uses Public Survey to Justify Increased Penalties on Higher Risk Drivers (May 20, 2018) Occasional Paper No. 56: Should The Government Return The $1.2 Billion Appropriated From ICBC Policyholders? (Apr. 19, 2018)...

Photo radar said the car was going more than 70 km/h over the limit.

But in court, the prosecution had failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the vehicle had been speeding, according to the justice of the peace. https://t.co/sAkrt7gWOE
Photo radar said the car was going more than 70 km/h over the limit. How the owner fought the charge — and won https://t.co/Fj1asdk7Py
An AI robot lawyer was set to argue in court. Real lawyers shut it down - NPR https://t.co/DoKqDcYBbj
A Toronto lawyer is taking the city to court over a rule that limits the speed of any vehicle to 20 km per hour, pointing out that expecting cyclists to conform to that speed despite varying terrain introduces new risks that make cycling less safe: https://t.co/AGkXx4Zyg6.
UK PM may consider higher speed limits on motorways. https://t.co/BmyfaWyiR5

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