Posted by Dec 15, 2018 in Blog
One crime that people often don’t think about until it happens to them is vehicle vandalism. While it tends not to make front page news, the reality is that vandalism costs Edmonton drivers thousands of dollars every year. Taking a look back at 2018, we’ll address some of the year’s most common vehicle vandalism issues….Read More Here!
Posted by Nov 15, 2018 in Blog
According to Edmonton’s annual motor vehicle collisions report, there were 23,900 collisions within the Edmonton city limits in 2017, a 3.3% increase from the previous year. This is despite there being fewer vehicles on the road! As the city’s population continues to grow and infrastructure evolves and changes to accommodate, the opportunity for collisions increases….Read More Here!
Posted by Oct 15, 2018 in Blog
When you think of extreme weather in Edmonton, most people tend to think of freezing cold winters and epic blizzards. However, Edmonton summers are no stranger to extreme weather either. Torrential downpours, tornadoes, hail, extreme heat, and excessive winds are just some of the weather conditions the city experiences every summer, each of which impacts…Read More Here!
Posted by Sep 15, 2018 in Blog
Traditionally, the City of Edmonton has used sand and gravel to combat icy roads in the wintertime. However, in early 2017 they chose to run a pilot program utilizing calcium chloride with an added corrosion inhibitor to keep city street clear. After initial success at the beginning of the year, the pilot was expanded into…Read More Here!
Posted by Aug 17, 2018 in Blog
In Edmonton, nothing screams spring quite like the appearance of a new pothole on your route to work. With 643 potholes per year reported on average, it’s no wonder that the city has created a “Report a Pothole” program. Potholes cause a headache for everyone involved, from city crews trying to keep up with road…Read More Here!