Pedestrian Safety Info & Tips

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Shorter and darker days, it's not surprising that most crashes involving pedestrians happen between October and January.

According to ICBC, distraction, failure to yield the right of way and weather are the top three contributing factors in crashes involving pedestrians

ICBC stats show that in B.C., on average, 1 in 5 people killed in car crashes are pedestrians and on average 2,400 are injured in crashes every year.

The good news is, by following our tips you can greatly reduce your chances of becoming one of these statistics.


Pedestrian Tips:Don't text and walk

Driver Tips:Road sign with the words "Slow Down" with a picture of a turtle.

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