Blog Category: Regulations

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

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Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

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BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

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Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

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IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

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CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

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In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

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Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

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Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

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Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

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Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

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Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

making slow

Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

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Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-36.jpg

Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

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Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

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IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

Read More

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CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

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Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

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Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

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Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

Read More

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Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

making slow

Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

Read More

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Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-36.jpg

Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

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BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

Read More

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Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

Read More

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IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

Read More

Categories:

CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

Read More

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Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

Read More

Categories:

Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

Read More

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Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

making slow

Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

Read More

Categories:

Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-36.jpg

Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

Read More

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Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

Read More

Categories:

IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

Read More

Categories:

CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

Read More

Categories:

Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

Read More

Categories:

Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

making slow

Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

Read More

Categories:

Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-36.jpg

Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

Read More

Categories:

IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

Read More

Categories:

CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

Read More

Categories:

Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

Read More

Categories:

Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

making slow

Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

Read More

Categories:

Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-36.jpg

Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

Read More

Categories:

IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

Read More

Categories:

CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

Read More

Categories:

Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

Read More

Categories:

Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

making slow

Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

Read More

Categories:

Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-36.jpg

Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

Read More

Categories:

IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

Read More

Categories:

CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

Read More

Categories:

Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

Read More

Categories:

Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

making slow

Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

Read More

Categories:

Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-36.jpg

Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

Read More

Categories:

IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

Read More

Categories:

CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

Read More

Categories:

Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

Read More

Categories:

Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

making slow

Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

Read More

Categories:

Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-36.jpg

Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

Read More

Categories:

IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

Read More

Categories:

CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

Read More

Categories:

Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

Read More

Categories:

Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

making slow

Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

Read More

Categories:

Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-36.jpg

Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

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Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

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Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

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BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

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British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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BC’s new strict ride-sharing laws could hamper Uber drivers

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|9:28 am

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British Columbia’s path to ride-sharing adoption remains blocked despite the government passing legislation to allow companies like Uber to operate in the province. Yesterday, we reported on the insurance barriers…

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Ontario’s tough distracted driving laws to start in 2019

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|2:10 pm

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Ontario’s cannabis legislation passed in 2017 ahead of the legalization of marijuana across Canada this year. While the new laws focus on cannabis, they also include new legislation for distracted…

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IBC proposes single auto insurance policy for autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|6:47 am

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The rise of autonomous vehicles is expected to be swift as developers and manufacturers move towards full driverless cars over the coming years. Many questions surround the technology, not least…

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CAA SCO calls for new tow truck certification requirement

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|7:44 am

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In 2017, Ontario introduced new tow truck laws to protect customers from excessive towing charges. After the new laws were introduced, CAA South Central Ontario has argued more changes were…

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Five more Ontario insurers face class actions over HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 12, 2018|6:32 am

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Five more Canadian insurance companies are facing class action lawsuits for withholding medical benefit HST payments from car accidents. The five join six insurers who were originally subject to lawsuits…

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Intact and Aviva amongst 6 insurance giants accused of avoiding HST payments

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|10:17 am

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Six auto insurance giants, including Canada’s two largest P&C carriers, are in legal bother and are facing a class-action lawsuit claiming $600 million in damages. The Toronto Star reports a…

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Companies must ensure speed bumps meet standards or risk liability claims

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2018|9:42 am

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Speed bumps are a traffic control method that have been around for decades and remain as effective as ever. They can be especially useful for commercial clients who want to…

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Google fully autonomous vehicles to hit California’s roads

By: Luke Jones|November 2, 2018|6:11 pm

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Google-owned Waymo has gained a major victory in the path towards fully autonomous vehicles. California has granted regulatory approval for Waymo cars to operate on its road without a human…

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