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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! An awesome feature that InsureLine Brokers provides is an online renewal request experience.
Our auto insurance advisors can complete your ICBC renewal completely over the phone or email. Whether you’re relaxing on the couch or taking a break at work, we’re ready to help get your renewal off your to-do list.
You’ll even receive an email to your inbox after with a copy of your documents. If any hard copy documents are required, you’ll receive them in the mail shortly after.
You will need:
- Your drivers license
- Your access to e-mail
- A credit card for payment or;
- If you plan to switch to monthly pay, you will need a scanned void cheque or pre-authorized debit form to email.
We can process the following transactions online or by phone:
- Policy changes
- Storage policies
- Temporary operating permits
- New policies
As a InsureLine client, you have options on how you’d like to renew your car insurance.
Through our online request form, submit your info and or call to speak to one of our advisors to get started on your renewal.
Does it work better to schedule a phone call with an advisor? Great, they can do that too! With these options, you can renew your ICBC insurance online, on your time.
- Once the renewal is complete, we will mail you a stamped hardcopy of your documents along with your decal.
- If you need to use your vehicle before receiving your decal, you may do so without a current decal, however, once you receive your decal, it must be displayed.
- Law enforcement have been advised that there may be some people driving without a current decal. Police can confirm whether someone’s insurance is current by checking CPIC and ICBC databases.
Even if your insurance has already expired, InsureLine brokers can look after it over the phone or by email.
Of course, you’ll want to be mindful not to drive your vehicle until it’s renewed and to get your insurance renewed as soon as possible, but a plate can be renewed after your insurance has expired.
Expired insurance can leave you open to fines, as well as zero coverage. Imagine you’re out on the road and find yourself in an at-fault fender bender.
Without insurance, you’ll be on the hook for the bill when it comes to damages. Or, let’s say an accident happens and you damage property. If you don’t plan to make out-of-pocket payments, renew that policy!
The fine is $598. With ICBC online renewal through InsureLine Insurance, it’s never been easier to renew your plates. Don’t risk being out on the road without insurance or having a pricey fine to pay!
For sure! If you miss a payment, you can rest easy knowing that your insurance is still protecting you on the road.
The difference-maker here is if you miss multiple payments. In that case, ICBC will contact you directly and you may run the risk of losing some insurance coverage.
You’ll receive an ICBC Autoplan renewal reminder about a month before the date your insurance is to expire.
Once you get the reminder, you can schedule your renewal request with InsureLine and get it off your to do list.
If you receive your renewal earlier than expected or know you’ll be away during your renewal time, you can do so 44 days in advance.
If you’re on monthly payments, you can renew early and not pay anything extra, so get that renewal off your list and rest easy knowing that you’re covered.
Have any additional questions that didn’t get answered? No problem! You can connect with the folks at InsureLine online or by calling 1-888-428-6968, and we would be happy to answer all of your questions.
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- Coast & Mountains Kootenay Rockies
- Kootenay Rockies
- Northern BC
- Thompson Okanagan
- Vancouver & Lower Mainland
- Vancouver Island