On September 1, ICBC rolled out its new insurance policy system — and everybody is affected.
The biggest change made was the switch to a driver-based system, where at-fault crashes follow the driver, rather than the vehicle.
When the changes were first announced in August 2018, Attorney General David Eby said they would benefit two-thirds of ICBC’s customers.
But many drivers, however, say that’s not the case.
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