ICBC looking for public input into rate structure

By Tom Mark / Beach Radio Vernon
March 6, 2018 - 6:58am

VANCOUVER — The BC government is looking for ways to change ICBC's system so that good drivers are rewarded with lower rates, and bad drivers pay more.

Attorney General David Eby says a consultation process started yesterday with the public asked to take a survey that will help design an improved  rating system, and make drivers more accountable for their decisions.

The survey is available until April 5th at
Eby says the survey gives drivers the power to shape ICBC and restore confidence in the public insurer.

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