ICBC Changes

ICBC Changes 2021: How Much Will I Pay?

ICBC Changes 2021: How Much Will I Pay?

ICBC's Enhanced Care program is set to take effect on May 1, 2021. The program is based on a no fault insurance model. No-fault insurance is a type of automobile insurance coverage that helps pay for your medical care if you’re injured in a motor vehicle accident...

How to Reduce the Risk of a Concussion on the Road

How to Reduce the Risk of a Concussion on the Road

Last month, many BC residents and health professionals learned that concussions and mental health injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents are to be considered "minor injuries" under ICBC's new pain and suffering cap ($5,500) on claims. While drivers certainly...

ICBC Changes 2019 – What Drivers Need to Know

ICBC Changes 2019 – What Drivers Need to Know

If you've been reading our recent articles on safe driving tips then you already know a bit about the impending ICBC changes and how the program will seek to make rates more fair. As of 2019, lower-risk drivers won't be paying the same premiums as some high-risk...