Hit and Run
This covers vehicle repair or replacement costs caused by an unidentified driver who leaves the scene of the crash.
This optional coverage will be available when Enhanced Care comes into effect on May 1, 2021. If you’re renewing your policy before that date and interested in buying this coverage, talk to your broker.
If you purchase optional Collision coverage from ICBC, you're already covered for hit and run vehicle damage. If you do not, you have the option to purchase ICBC's Hit and Run coverage.
How does Hit and Run coverage help you?
Hit and Run coverage covers up to $200,000 of repair costs when your vehicle is hit by an unidentified driver in B.C.
If you don't have hit and run coverage or collision coverage, you'll be responsible for repair costs if your vehicle is damaged in a hit and run incident.
Note: If you have non-vehicle property damaged in a hit and run, you do not need Hit and Run coverage to make a claim with ICBC.
Injured in a hit and run?
Enhanced Accident Benefits provide access to all the medical and rehabilitation care you need if you’re injured in a crash—with no overall limit to the coverage available.
Talk to your Autoplan broker
To find out more if hit and run coverage is right for you, talk to your Autoplan broker.