You have until midnight on the expiry date to renew.
It depends on where you are. If you're in B.C., find the nearest
Autoplan broker to have the documents replaced.
If you're outside B.C., you'll need to:
Call us before faxing a completed form to ICBC:
1-800-328-4484 (Canada and the U.S.)1-604-661-6956 (Other countries)
Your vehicle may need to be rated in a
delivery rate class, depending on what else you use the vehicle for and how often you use the vehicle for delivery. We want to make sure you're covered so talk to your broker about how you plan to use the vehicle. They’ll help make sure you have the right insurance.
You don’t need to own a vehicle to start building an insurance discount. Insurance premiums are based on a combination of factors, including driving experience, crash history, where you live and how you use your car, as these are all factors that make up your risk. Find out more about what determines your cost of insurance.
No. There are situations when you can insure a vehicle without a valid driver's licence. For example, you might own and insure a vehicle but depend on others to drive it. For more information, speak to an
If you’re a learner, you can insure a car with a learner’s licence. Crashes caused during the learner stage will not go on your driving record; however the learner premium will apply to help cover the risk that learner drivers represent.
If a learner will be driving your car, you will need to list them on your policy and the learner premium will apply. The learner premium ranges from $130 to $230 per year, depending on where you live.
Find out more about the learner premium.
Call our Autoplan Sales department at 1-800-328-4484 (toll-free) from Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
If your vehicle is still in B.C., call an Autoplan broker.
Sorry, we're not able to temporarily suspend your current insurance. However, a few options may be available to meet your changing needs. Speak to your Autoplan broker about:
If you cancel your policy before it expires, you can be eligible for a refund. Find out more about
cancelling your insurance.
ICBC will sell a blanket insurance certificate to the ride-hailing company, not individual drivers, which provides the Basic insurance during ride-hailing use. This blanket Basic coverage is mandatory for ride-hailing companies and provides coverage for Accident Benefits and up to $1,000,000 third party liability.
This means you and your passengers will be covered by the ride-hailing company’s Basic insurance when you have accepted a trip via the app, when you are en route to pick up the passenger(s), or transporting the passenger(s).
Additional Optional coverage may be purchased by the company, or you can add it to your policy to extend your coverage.
Find out more about insurance and licensing requirements for ride-hailing.
Peer-to-peer car sharing allows car owners to make their vehicles available for others to rent via an online platform.
How you are insured will depend on whether the peer-to-peer company has ICBC blanket insurance or not. Peer-to-peer rental companies are not required to have ICBC blanket insurance, so you should enquire with them directly to find out if they have it.
Find out more about insurance for peer-to-peer vehicle rental.
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