Shortages? Vancouver gas stations sell out as residents react to restrictions on NON-ESSENTIAL drivers (PHOTOS). Drivers can be fined

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Since Friday, November 19, a provincial order to restrict gas for non-essential drivers in parts of the province has led to pain at the pump.

For a period of about ten days, non-essential drivers are limited to filling up 30 L at a time. The province has urged British Columbians to conserve gas where they can by using alternative transportation.

Enforcement of the order is based mostly on the honour system with Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth saying that “the majority of people will do the right thing.”
dailyhive.com/vancouver/bc-gas-restrictions-metro-vancouver-sell-out

Drivers can be fined for non-essential travel on certain BC highways
dailyhive.com/vancouver/drivers-fined-non-essential-travel-bc-highways

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Uber, Lyft not considered “essential” under new BC gas restrictions
dailyhive.com/vancouver/bc-gas-restrictions-uber-lyft-not-essential

Province prioritizes fuel for essential vehicles, introduces travel restrictions
To help keep people safe and re-establish the movement of critical goods and services following severe flooding and landslides, the Province is taking temporary measures to ensure fuel (gas and diesel) is prioritized for essential vehicles, while keeping it available to British Columbians.

Measures to restrict non-essential travel to and from impacted areas are also being introduced.

“We are asking people to limit their fuel consumption and vehicle travel at this time and are putting in place orders under the provincial state of emergency to support this,” said Mike Farnworth, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General. “These steps will keep commercial traffic moving, stabilize our supply chains and make sure everyone gets home safely. We are asking people not to travel through severely affected areas – for their own well-being, but also to make sure the fuel we do have goes toward the services people need in this time of crisis.”
news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2021EMBC0073-002212

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B.C. officials announce limits on gas purchases for non-essential vehicles, travel restrictions
www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/b-c-officials-announce-limits-on-gas-purchases-for-non-essential-vehicles-travel-restrictions-1.6255781

 

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