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) and request insurance and registration documents.
Print active insurance documents
What can and can't be printed
You 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 with your BC Services Card or your online banking credentials
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.
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Request expired insurance and registration documents
ICBC can provide a copy of a previous Owner's Certificate of Insurance and Vehicle Licence (APV250) or Transfer tax form (APV9T) for a fee of $10 per document. Insurance and registration documents are retained for three years from the expiry date or three years from the non-licensed effective date.
Who can request documents
The requester must be listed on the requested form as the:
Lessor / lessee
Buyer or seller
If you are only listed as a principal or additional driver, you will require the registered owner, lessor or lessee to request the document.
If the registered owner, lessor or lessee is a company, someone at the company with signing authority may make the request. This could include the CEO, president, owner, or manager. These requests should be sent on company letterhead and include the requestor's name, title and signature.
If the registered owner, lessor or lessee is deceased, the administrator/executor of their estate may make the request. The request must include a copy of the death certificate and one of the following: a will, Letters of Administration or Letters Probate.
If the requestor is none of the above, they must include written and signed authorization from the person named on the document requested.
How to request expired insurance and registration documents
For each request, please include
The type of document (APV250 or APV9T) and time period being requested
The reason for the request
The plate number, registration number or vehicle identification number (VIN) and a description of the vehicle
Your name, signature, and contact information (address, phone number, email, fax)
Your title, if applicable
How you would like the document to be sent to you (mail, email, fax)
A completed credit card authorization form or cheque, money order or bank draft payable to ICBC
If you are requesting copies of documents from a specific year and had multiple transactions during that period, contact ICBC Insurance Customer Service to determine the number of documents you will need to request and the total cost.
Requests can be made in person at ICBC Head Office or mailed to:
ICBC Driver Testing Vehicle Information
205 - 151 West Esplanade
North Vancouver, BC