Talk:Driving in BC

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Demonstration of Driving in BC Wikibook and ELSA Law Related Lesson Plans Content for People's Law School[edit]

This page is part of a demonstration for incorporating lesson plans along with PLS handbooks as wikibooks.

The pages include: ELSA Net content by PLS

Driving in BC Wikibook

--Nate Russell (talk) 15:32, 13 August 2013 (PDT)

Additional Information to add[edit]

The following will be included in the page for additional information and links:

AirCare www.aircare.ca/
Basic Autoplan www.icbc.com/autoplan/basic
Child Car Seats www.tsfbcaa.com/11.aspx
ClickLaw www.clicklaw.bc.ca 
Dial-a-Claim Centre Lower Mainland 604.520.8222
Elsewhere in British Columbia1.800.910.4222
Drinking and Driving 
Laws
www.icbc.com/road-safety/safer-drivers/impaired-driving
Driver Training www.icbc.com/driver-licensing/driver-training
Insurance Corporation 
of BC (ICBC)
www.icbc.com
Insurance Discounts www.icbc.com/autoplan/costs/claim-record
Learn to Drive Smart www.icbc.com/driver-licensing/getting-licensed/passveh/roadsense-drivers
People’s Law School www.publiclegaled.bc.ca
Register your Car www.icbc.com/registration-licensing
Report the Accident 
Online
www.icbc.com/claims/how_claim/online_report
Road Test www.icbc.com/driver-licensing/getting-licensed/passveh/preparing-passengertest
Traffic Fines and 
Penalties
hwww.icbc.com/driver-licensing/tickets/payingdisputing/chart-offenceswithfines
What's the real 
knowledge test like?
www.icbc.com/driver-licensing/getting-licensed/pass-veh/opkt

--Nate Russell (talk) 14:01, 13 August 2013 (PDT)

Disabled glossary/terminology popups[edit]

The tags <span class="noglossary"></span> bracket this page's content, FYI --Nate Russell (talk) 12:04, 13 August 2013 (PDT)

A calculation of the allowable legal expenses of a party to a court proceeding, as determined by the Supreme Court Family Rules. The party who is most successful in a court proceeding is usually awarded their "costs" of the proceeding. See "account, "bill of costs," "certificate of costs," and "lawyer's fees."

The assertion of a legal right to an order or to a thing; the remedy or relief sought by a party to a court proceeding.

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