Blog Category: Car Insurance

ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

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Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

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IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

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Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

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Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

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Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

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Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

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Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

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Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

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EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

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Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

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Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

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ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

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ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

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Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

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ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

Read More

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IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

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Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

distracted-17.jpg

Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

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Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

AI-Flickr

Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

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Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

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EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

Read More

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Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

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ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

Read More

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ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

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Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

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ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

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IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

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Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

distracted-17.jpg

Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

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Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

AI-Flickr

Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

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Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

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Categories:

ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

Read More

Categories:

ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

distracted-17.jpg

Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

AI-Flickr

Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

Read More

Categories:

ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

distracted-17.jpg

Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

AI-Flickr

Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

Read More

Categories:

ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

distracted-17.jpg

Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

AI-Flickr

Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

Read More

Categories:

ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

distracted-17.jpg

Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

AI-Flickr

Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

Read More

Categories:

ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

distracted-17.jpg

Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

AI-Flickr

Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

Read More

Categories:

ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

distracted-17.jpg

Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

AI-Flickr

Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

Read More

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ICBC removes out-of-province license holders from auto insurance reforms

By: Luke Jones|October 14, 2019|7:20 am

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Auto insurance in British Columbia is the most expensive in Canada. In recent months the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been trying to put the emphasis of premiums…

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IBAC targets distracted driving as a broker priority

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:47 am

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Distracted driving continues to be a major problem in Canada and brokers are increasingly turning their attention to the problem. According to the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), distracted…

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Alberta auto insurers are denying coverage to distracted drivers

By: Luke Jones|October 1, 2019|9:09 am

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Motorists with distracted driving convictions in Alberta are not being offered auto insurance at a reasonable rate, according to some brokers. Action Insurance Group explains that it has had to…

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Auto insurance premiums can be improved by AI integration says vendor

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:51 pm

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Auto insurance in Canada is in a very tough situation, with most provinces facing problems with soaring auto insurance premium rates. According to one vendor, artificial intelligence (AI) could help…

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Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

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EPAI adoption raises privacy concerns

By: Luke Jones|September 29, 2019|8:14 pm

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Electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI) is becoming accepted across Canada. Following Nova Scotia embracing the technology in 2018, New Brunswick, Alberta, and more recently Ontario have adopted the technology….

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Auto insurance survey finds distracted driving continues to be a growing problem

By: Luke Jones|September 28, 2019|7:30 pm

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Canadian provinces have introduced increasingly strict penalties for distracted driving in the aim of reducing how many drivers pick up their smartphone behind the wheel. However, Desjardins General Insurance Group…

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ICBC was right to assign 50-50 blame in auto accident despite admittance of fault, court rules

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:25 pm

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A recent small claims court claim in British Columbia found the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) was not at fault over its assessment of liability for a motor vehicle…

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ICBC named driver rules makes auto insurance headache for brokers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:07 pm

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The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has a rating criteria that while making sense from a underwriting view could be a problem for brokers. British Columbia’s public and monopoly…

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Auto insurance companies will face claims changes in face of automakers

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|5:53 pm

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Auto insurance companies are preparing for a new age in coverage, an era where the rise of autonomous vehicles will mean auto manufacturers will eat away at the traditional market….

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