The province has activated variable speed signs throughout the province in hopes of reducing weather-related crashes.
Signs have gone up in three locations: the Coquihalla, Sea-to-Sky, and the Trans-Canada Highway near Revelstoke.
Drivers can also check the current speed limits online at DriveBC.
Transportation Minister Todd Stone says the electronic signs will change the speed limit depending on weather conditions.
Stone says three different areas where the weather related driving risk is higher were targeted.
In total there are 37 of these new signs, 18 of which are now live on the Coquihalla and another 16 on the Sea-to-Sky.
The cost according to the ministry is about $12.5-million dollars.