I wouldn't feel like I was getting much support if this was my accident scene and the cop was having a hearty laugh like the one here. Hopefully this guy that crashed his car through some rose bushes then mowed down a tree before finally coming to a full stop at a pole didn't get a ticket for inadvertently parking under the no parking sign.
Vancouver is definitely one of the coolest places to live, but the problem is a lot of people think so. This is what traffic at night on Highway #1 looks like if you were to look at the highway from an overpass and keep your eyes open for 10 seconds. Being a city of bridges, generally no matter when you're planning on going into or coming out of town, you have some sort of gridlock to deal with. Or facing the conundrum of where on earth to park the car that gets you downtown when you need to go downtown is another pitfall. And soon there's tolls coming on the new Port Mann bridge. No such thing as a free ride.
At first glance it looks like this dog is driving this Toyota down the Lougheed Highway in Maple Ridge and doing its due diligence to do a shoulder check. Rather, the dog is in the backseat and is hanging as much of his body out of the vehicle as possible in order to make its own convertible on the first truly summer day we've had this year.
Not that a whole host of other things while driving shouldn't be illegal either, like a) doing one's makeup, b) talking to a passenger or c) getting little Johnny to stop hitting little Jane in the backseat of the car, but using a cellphone without a handsfree device while driving became against the law as of February 1, 2010 for drivers in British Columbia. To some, the laws are apparently meant to be broken. Or simply ignored.
I've driven by this sign hundreds of times, and it still makes me laugh as much as it did the first time I ever saw it. Either I am entertained with childish jokes really easily, or the City of Chilliwack really did pick a ridiculous name for this road.