202007.08
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Road tests to expand July 8 with phased approach

ICBC is continuing to expand its road testing by opening it up to all customers through a phased approach. This builds upon the successful reopening of commercial vehicle road tests in June, in line with B.C.’s Restart Plan. ICBC’s road test plan helps British Columbians get the services they need while ensuring important health and…

202007.03
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Take Action – Say NO to No- Fault

Say No to No Fault, email your Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) and let them know why no fault auto insurance is not the change British Columbians need from ICBC. Click the link below to send an email and find out more. https://www.notonofault.com/take-action/

202006.24
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Partnership with BC Coalition Against No Fault

We are joining forces with the BC Coalition Against No Fault Insurance (BCCANF) We still believe there is a lot of information we haven’t been given and that there is still far too many grey areas to blindly trust that No Fault Insurance is for the betterment of British Colombians. Say no to No Fault…

202006.12
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Motorcyclist Deaths – Coroners Report

Please have a read of the full report in full here Key takeaways – and recall that 2018 was a particularly bad year for motorcyclist-involved fatal MVIs: 23% reduction year over year on motorcyclist deaths Males continue to account for 9 in 10 deaths The majority of decedents are from B.C. and are middle-aged Not…

202005.20
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ICBC facing $1b investment loss after market collapse

Jeremy Hainsworth / Glacier Media ICBC is facing a billion-dollar loss on its investments, but a decline in claims due to the pandemic could yield a surplus, Attorney General David Eby May 14. Eby said the COVID-19 situation has led to uncertainty for the Crown corporation, which was on track for a good year before…

202005.01
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MAY IS MOTORCYCLE AWARENESS MONTH

Motorcycle Awareness Month Starts Now As soon as warm weather graces us here in the Pacific Northwest, motorcyclists begin emerging from their winter hibernation, and we here at BCCOM want to remind everyone that we ALL have a role to play in motorcycle safety. During what is a very unprecedented time in our history we’re…

202004.22
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10 Common Motorcycle Crashes and How To Avoid Them

May being Motorcycle Awareness Month is great time to share some safety and awareness tips!  Learn how to be safe out there. Riding a motorcycle is dangerous. Luckily, bikes also give you the best possible tools to avoid crashing—incredibly powerful brakes, obstruction-free vision, excellent handling, and very grippy tires. Here’s how to use those tools,…

202004.17
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May is Motorcycle Awareness Month

As everyone is aware due to COVID-19 we wont be having our annual MLA Ride. Regardless MAY is MOTORCYCLE AWARENESS MONTH in BC, and we want everyone to join in by sending us pictures of their bikes and a message of safety, for us to send out to the media outlets. “Motorcyclists Should Be Seen…