ICBC and police around BC are launching a high-risk driving campaign today.
They’ll be watching for behaviours such as speeding, distracted driving, improper passing, and running red lights.
ICBC says in 2016 alone, there were 330,000 crashes in B.C., averaging 900 per day.
Police will be targeting speeders during the month, including a province-wide enforcement blitz on May 19.
Speed Watch volunteers will also be set up in communities to encourage drivers to slow down.
On average, 42 people are killed every year in the Southern Interior from crashes involving high-risk driving.