We are in the worst four-month stretch of the year when it comes to vehicle, pedestrian incidents.
The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia is reporting that 43 percent of all accidents involving pedestrians occur between October and January.
Road Safety Coordinator, Colleen Woodger says dark, wet conditions are major contributors to pedestrian injuries, especially at intersections.

Woodger says pedestrians can do a few things to keep themselves safe on the road.

Distracted driving is second only to speeding when it comes to fatal driver behaviour on our roadways.

The insurance giant is coming off a month where distracted driving was the focus and Woodger reminds pedestrians that they, along with drivers, need to focus while on the roads.