After too many years of driving to mention I may have learned something new today off the islandriders.ca forum. According to the MVA its legal to pass on a single solid line. If this is true, and it reads so, whats the difference between a broken and solid line?
MOTOR VEHICLE ACT — Continued
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 318
155 (1) Despite anything in this Part, if a highway is marked with
(c) one single line, broken or solid, the driver of a vehicle must drive the vehicle to the right of the line, except only when passing an overtaken vehicle.