Our Corporate Research department is doing important behind-the-scenes work to help keep our roads safer.
Here’s a sampling of our research.
Child car seats are designed to withstand some rough treatment – even crashes. Our research shows that these seats aren’t damaged in minor collisions.
Whiplash is the most common type of injury in vehicle crashes.
Head restraints can be a big factor in protecting your neck and back. Our research has helped vehicle manufacturers around the world.
Thinking about buying an imported, right-hand-drive vehicle? If so, be sure you understand the risks.
A recent study by ICBC shows that right-hand-drive vehicles are more than 40 per cent likely to crash.
British Columbia Traffic Collision Statistics is an annual report of police-reported traffic collisions.
Since 1995 it has covered police-reported collisions involving a personal injury or a fatality.