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ICBC Aug 16
Happy Friday! If alcohol is in your plans this weekend, make sure to plan ahead for a . Cheers! 🥂
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ICBC Aug 16
Show respect for roadside workers: Make eye contact and be patient. Slow down, even if you don’t see anyone working. More tips at
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ICBC Aug 16
Replying to @tuandatrang
No problem, we're here to help. ^jh
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ICBC Aug 16
We’re moving to an insurance model that’s more driver-based. To find out what this means for you, visit
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ICBC Aug 15
Replying to @KePitR
The majority of customers are taking photos on their smartphone, which can display the date stamp. Your broker can share alternative methods. As for your second question, you would be protected by Unlisted Driver Protection. More info: . ^jh
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ICBC Aug 15
Please remember someone’s mom or dad works here. Slow down and maintain a safe distance around roadside workers.
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ICBC Aug 15
Replying to @tuandatrang
Hi Tuan - Sorry for the inconvenience. There are no scheduled outages at this time, but I'll forward this on for investigation. If you still need to make an appt, please call the Road Test Booking Line: 604-661-2255 / 888-715-7775 ^jh
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ICBC Aug 15
Replying to @DamienVancouver
If you’re responsible for a crash while driving a commercial rate class vehicle, the claim will not impact your personal policies. It will only affect other commercial rate class policies where you’re a listed driver. See link above for more info. ^jl
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ICBC Aug 15
Do you drive for work? From Sept 2019, crashes will follow the driver, not the vehicle. Ask your broker about how at-fault crashes in your work vehicle may impact your personal insurance. Learn more:
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ICBC Aug 14
Replying to @mcgill_lawson
Hi Lawson - I'm sorry to hear about this. Please email social@icbc.com with your full name, phone number, claim number and any additional details so we can look into this further for you. ^jh
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ICBC Aug 14
Always signal before exiting a roundabout, so other drivers and pedestrians know your intentions.
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ICBC Aug 14
Need a refresher on roundabouts? When approaching one, yield to pedestrians and traffic already in the roundabout, they have the right of way.
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ICBC Aug 14
Replying to @Horse_Gonzo
Hi there - Drivers are not able to cross solid white lines at any time. Drivers are able however to cross a solid yellow line with extra caution when safe. More info here: ^jh
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ICBC Aug 14
Replying to @nagelbach
Hi Alex - Dash cam footage can be submitted via social@icbc.com. We also encourage you to use our Witness Form: ^jh
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ICBC Aug 14
Replying to @Samantha4354
Although inexperienced drivers, under the new model would pay premiums closer to the actual risk they pose, it's important to highlight that, as you gain more driving experience and remain crash-free, your discount will increase. ^jh
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ICBC Aug 14
Car insurance is changing. Here’s how we’re getting it back on track and better for BC. To find out more, visit
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ICBC Aug 13
- Telematics is a growing trend for insurers around the world. We’re continuing our research to determine whether this technology can improve road safety & driving behaviour for less experienced drivers in BC. Learn more and sign up at:
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ICBC Aug 13
Hi Allison - Thanks for your concern for road safety. We will be sure to keep your idea in mind for future campaigns. ^jh
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ICBC Aug 13
Replying to @bctcheung
Hi Belle - I am very sorry for the inconvenience. I've been advised that your Claims Specialist has just followed up with you, please continue to speak with them regarding any issues you have with your claim. ^jl
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ICBC Aug 13
Replying to @brettdrc
The territories aren't published. ICBC is not proposing changes to rating territory boundaries but we are looking to make adjustments to recognize changes in traffic density, higher population growth and changes in the urban infrastructure in the current territories ^jh
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