Glossary for Driving in BC
From Clicklaw Wikibooks
- A place marked off on the street where people can cross.
- impaired driver
- Someone who is not able to drive safely because of alcohol or drugs, or being tired.
- insurance claim
- A written report made to an insurance company saying what happened and why you need money to cover damage to the vehicle and any injuries to yourself or others.
- Where two or more roads cross.
- To join a line of traffic.
- Signed by a public official who has the authority to say documents are accurate.
- Anyone in the car who is not the driver.
- A special right or benefit.
- full-privilege licence
- A licence without the special rules that learners and novices have.
- Not allowed, not permitted.
- valid driver’s licence
- A licence that allows you to drive.
- Car, truck, motor bike, van—anything that drives on the road.
- In traffic, when you allow another car to go first.
|This information applies to British Columbia, Canada. Last reviewed for legal accuracy by People's Law School, 2011.|
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