Find out what you’re covered for and the steps involved for each type of vehicle damage or theft claim. Our
collision and glass partners are following provincial health
guidelines related to COVID-19, and they’ll
sanitize your vehicle before and after repairs. This temporary
measure will remain in effect until May
30th, 2020, at which time we will reassess.
If you’ve been in a crash or suffered a hit and run, find out your next steps.
Has your windshield been damaged? We’ll help you repair your windshield or replace any damaged glass quickly and easily.
If you’ve had your car stolen, here’s what to do and what to expect.
If you’ve had equipment stolen from your car, here’s what you need to know.
Your insurance can help you get rid of damage caused by vandalism such as scratches or graffiti.
If your car has been damaged by fire or weather, find out how we can help.
Find out your coverage and how to file for a hit and run claim, as well as how you can help if witness one.
After making a claim, your adjuster can let you know where you can get a damage estimate.
Find out your options while your car is out-of-action.
Sometimes a vehicle has too much damage and it can’t be repaired. Learn more about write-offs.
If you’ve had a roadside emergency such as a breakdown or flat tire, you can claim for the expenses incurred.
Need to replace your child car seat due to a crash or theft? Find out how to get reimbursed by ICBC.
If you weren't satisfied with the repairs made to your vehicle, we can help.
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