Auto insurance in B.C. is facing a serious problem with injury claims, legal costs and car repair costs at an all-time high.
To get the car insurance system back on track and better for B.C., we're making changes to it.
We’re increasing care for our injured customers with more money for the treatment and support they need to get better. And making changes to how we set insurance premiums will help to make insurance better for everyone.
Improving the care for anyone injured in a crash in B.C. is our top priority.
We're increasing the care and treatment available to customers after a crash. This means more money towards accident benefits and more types of treatments covered.
By taking steps to reduce legal costs we're be able to increase accident benefits, giving you more choice and better access to care.
Find out more about how we’re
focusing on care, not legal costs.
In September 2019, we’re moving to an insurance model that is more driver-based.
That means factors such as how long you've been driving, your crash history, and who drives your car will have a bigger impact on your premium.
Where you drive and how you use your car will also impact your premium.
Read more about how your premiums will be determined.
Find out why soaring injury claims costs and legal fees are leading to rising insurance premiums.
The cost of vehicle repairs is contributing to the rising cost of insurance in B.C.
We're working to make our roads safer and reduce crashes in the first place.