May 12, 2022 – 12:30 PM
To entertain and inform the public, BC’s commercial vehicle cops rounded up more photos of their favorite rule-breakers.
“Don’t do this” came back by popular demand, according to the Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement, which has published part three of the series on its blog.
Some drivers show discretion while breaking the law, but not these ones: “You just know something’s wrong as soon as you look at them,” reads a blog post from the enforcement agency.
“Take a gander at these vehicles CVSE wants repaired or off the road,”
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The van pictured above has enough space for the drywall but not the worker. It’s a head injury waiting to happen, the CVSE said.
This “wheely warty tire” could blow any time now, the CVSE predicted, adding that bulges in tires tend to happen because the driver struck a curb or other object.
The CVSE says it “woodn’t” transport these unsecured, overloaded planks that have no red flag at the end.
Transporting stacks of light vehicles is illegal for more than one reason, the CVSE says. The car on top is not properly secured, and if an accident occurred, it would add another hazard.
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