Print your insurance documents
You can view, download and print your insurance documents (otherwise known as your Owner’s Certificate of Insurance and Vehicle Licence).
What can (and can't) be printed
can print your insurance documents if your personal policy is active and for a vehicle you own, even if it's jointly owned or leased.
You can't print insurance documents if the policy is:
- For a company-owned or fleet vehicle
- For a trailer or an all-terrain vehicle
If you need a copy of your insurance documents and are unable to print your own,
contact an Autoplan broker.
How to print your insurance documents
- Log in using one of the methods below
- On the Your policies screen, click on a policy to open it
- On the Policy details screen, look for the "Download and print document" prompt on the right and click the "Current policy" link underneath it to open a PDF of your insurance documents.
- Print the PDF.
BC Services Card app
This is an app used to prove who you are when you log in to various online services.
BC Services Card app page for set-up instructions, a list of available services, troubleshooting and other information about using the app.
If you’re installing the app for the first time, you’ll need to verify your identity by video or in person.
Verified.Me® by Interac®
This is a service that helps you verify your identity from your web browser or smartphone.
If your financial institution is a
participant in the Verified.Me network, you’re ready to log in. You can log in using a browser or the Verified.Me mobile app.
If your financial institution isn't a participant, you can log in using your BC Services Card app.
If your browser is in private/incognito mode, you won't be able to log in with Verified.Me.
Interac is a trademark of Interac Corp. Verified.Me is a trademark of SecureKey Technologies Inc. Used under licence.