An average of 68 people are injured in 320 crashes every year on Vancouver Island over the Easter long weekend, according to ICBC statistics.
Street Sense is an interactive application designed to help learners, inexperienced drivers and drivers new to B.C. gain experience in recognizing and avoiding potential hazards on the road in a safe environment.
Eligible ICBC customers can expect to receive their rebate in May if they are registered for direct deposit with ICBC, or as a refund to their credit card. All other customers will receive cheques in June.
May 1 will mark the last day B.C. drivers will be required to display a licence plate decal to show they have valid insurance.
Michael Skinner, who is a former lawyer and adjudicator, has been appointed for a three-year term today (July 12.)
Rebate amounts will vary between customers, depending on whether they had a vehicle insured for the full six months and how much they paid in premiums.
People who leave COVID-19 fines unpaid may be unable to obtain or renew a B.C. driver’s licence or vehicle licence under new proposed legislation.
B.C. will phase out its enhanced driver’s licence (EDL) and enhanced identification cards (EIC) over the next five years.
British Columbians will be able to renew their ICBC auto insurance online beginning in May 2022, according to the provincial government.

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