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Autonomous cars not allowed, ICBC says

November 28th, 2019  |  Auto

Tesla’s new driverless car feature has prompted a warning by B.C.’s insurer that it could negate coverage in the event of an accident.

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Young drivers walloped after ICBC changes insurance rates

November 17th, 2019  |  Auto Insurance

Imagine spending more on your car insurance than you did on your car. That’s what some young drivers in B.C. are facing since the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) instituted a new rate structure where a learner’s permit no longer counts toward their experien...

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B.C. man fights with ICBC over crash despite dash cam evidence

November 9th, 2019  |  Auto Insurance

A B.C. truck driver is fighting the province’s public insurer after it refused to cover damage his vehicle sustained in a hit-and-run even though his dashcam caught the whole thing.

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Space tourism: the final frontier

November 1st, 2019  |  Travel

Is the notion of space travel insurance really out of this world?

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What distracted driving means for your insurance

October 24th, 2019  |  Auto Insurance

If you’re convicted of distracted driving in Ontario, you risk higher rates when you renew your insurance. A conviction can also result in fines, demerit points and suspensions.

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