Canada: Province Sets Up New Office For Chipped Windshield Claims

Motorists who have had their windshields chipped by loose gravel on Highway 18 can submit claims through a new government office in North Cowichan.

The provincial government has been swamped by complaints after the seal-coating of the highway to Lake Cowichan failed, causing loose gravel to fly from passing vehicles and chip windshields.

The speed limit over a 30-km section is also being lowered to 80 km/h from 100 km/h. Passing is banned. The changes are temporary, for as long as the road surface is unstable.

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600450 Canada: Province Sets Up New Office For Chipped Windshield Claims
Date: 12 December 2006

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