Fort drivers urged to mind their manners

RCMP in Fort St. James have been responding to an increasing number of reports of driving offences.

  • Jun. 8, 2013 2:00 p.m.

RCMP in Fort St. James have been responding to an increasing number of reports of driving offences.

Spinning tires, speeding through the community and other reported potentially dangerous driving is being reported with increasing frequency.

RCMP are reminding motorists to drive with care and attention and obey the laws or they could face significant fines and potential charges under the Motor Vehicle Act.

Doing donuts or other “stunting” is an automatic vehicle seizure and seven days impoundment of a person’s vehicle and a large fine.


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