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“What determines what is and is not a bad driver?” asked a spokesperson for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
The B.C. government is proposing to reduce the number of free at-fault crashes for drivers, lengthen the time it would take to return to basic auto insurance discounts after a crash, and require . . .
The B.C. government is looking at changes to the length of time it will take drivers to retrieve their ICBC discounts, as well as the driver-based model of insurance and the rules around free at-fault crashes.
By: Kamloops This Week ICBC wants to tighten requirements for safe driver discounts as it deals with sharply increasing accidents and payouts for repairs and injury claims.
Should bad drivers pay higher insurance premiums so that savings can be passed on to good drivers? What constitutes a good or bad driver, anyway? Those are some of the questions the provincial . . .
Drivers who voluntarily agree to disable their phones could one day get a break on their auto insurance, under a plan being researched in BC
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How it currently works Currently drivers who drive less or take steps to lower their crash-risk are minimally rewarded. There are no explicit discounts for drivers who have vehicles with proven crash-reduction technology such as automatic emergency braking, which can reduce crashes up to 56%.
If you own and drive a car or other vehicle, you may be eligible for discounts and benefits such as the following. Autoplan Insurance: Discounts and Savings (ICBC)