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I'll keep it short and sweet. On the way home from work today I passed a guy in an old Honda Accord who was staring down at his phone and texting, no hands on the wheel, while driving in rush hour over the Alex Fraser bridge. Not only is this illegal in BC but it's also a little aggravating for other drivers such as me.
I'm not one of those ultra-vigilant citizens who reports every observed transgression to the authorities, but I'm curious to know if there is a system in place, whether regional, provincial, or federal, for reporting drivers who are clearly breaking laws (especially laws that are designed to ensure driver safety). Obviously I know that the police wouldn't take this information and immediately give him a visit - he has to get caught to get in trouble. But is it possible that the police may take down citizen reports for reference if someone ever gets busted for something down the road? (pun). I have the guy's plates and description and it would be nice to contribute to these kinds of people changing their bad habits.