Snacking while driving in British Columbia could result in a $368 fine

Whether you’re munching on a bowl of granola or slurping on a cup of cappuccino behind the wheel, it still counts as distracted driving through the eyes of police. According to the BC RCMP’s ongoing awareness campaign this month on what qualifies as distracted driving, snacking is a prime example. In case you were not aware: “Distracted driving” literally means anything that distracts you from the road and the task at hand of driving safely…