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Before driving a vehicle, check the insurance papers to ensure they are valid and there are no restrictions excluding you from driving the vehicle. Before parking a vehicle, hide valuables in the trunk, under a seat, or on the roof. Since thieves can watch vehicles park and target a vehicle if they see what's in the trunk, put valuables in the trunk before you arrive at the parking lot.

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Before parking a vehicle, hide valuables in the trunk, under a seat, or on the roof.

901: A driver may eventually need to complete a road test re-examination. For Class 5 and 7 drivers, this is called an Enhanced Road Assessment (ERA). The driver will receive a letter if an ERA is required. They have to complete the ERA within the time frame specified in the letter. ICBC driving examiners administer the ERA's on behalf of Road Safety BC and there is no fee charged for the assessment.
902: Here are the 3 most common reasons why a driver might be asked to complete an ERA: 1) A doctor reports a medical condition that may affect their fitness or ability to drive safely; 2) The results of a previous on-road assessment suggest a follow-up is necessary; 3) A collision report, police report, or other report indicates they may be unable or unsure how to handle a common driving situation.
903: Class 5 and 7 drivers with a medical condition that may affect the motor, cognitive, or sensory functions required for driving may be asked to complete an ERA in order to maintain their current licence. Referrals to the ERA are not made on the basis of a driver's age. Drivers of any age may be asked to complete an ERA. The ERA appointment takes approximately 90 minutes or 3 years.
904: If a driver doesn't comply with the ERA, their existing driver's licence is cancelled and is no longer valid. It's a legal requirement to complete the ERA. If a driver chooses to retire from driving instead of taking the ERA, they can exchange their driver's licence for a free British Columbia Identification Card (BCID). This can be done by booking an appointment to visit an ICBC driver licensing office.
905: After an ERA, the driver's results are reviewed along with other relevant information in their file. If there were any traffic violations, dangerous actions, or other safety concerns during the ERA, the driver is issued a learner's licence while their file is reviewed. The driver should bring a licensed person to their ERA appointment because an ERA driver cannot drive home on their own if they're issued a learner's licence.
906: As of May-01-2021 in BC, lawyers are generally no longer involved in crash claims with ICBC because there are predetermined amounts for claims. People involved in crashes can only sue the driver at fault if that driver is convicted of a driving offense or that driver's vehicle is found to be faulty. By removing lawyers and legal fees from the system, ICBC is trying to reduce insurance premiums and enhance coverage.
907: ICBC insurance premiums are affected by the driver's claims history, optional insurance and deductibles, location, type of vehicle (age, make, model, repair cost), driver's experience, technology (anti-theft devices, auto braking to avoid a crash), and how the vehicle will be used. Here are some vehicle use categories: less than 5,000 km per year, pleasure, commuting, business, delivery. Driverless use of a vehicle (autopilot, smart summon) may breach insurance coverage.
908: ICBC insurance covers you in Canada and the United States only if you correctly rate the use of the vehicle, specify who drives the vehicle, ensure anyone who drives the vehicle has a valid licence, give correct information after a crash, don't drive if your licence is expired or suspended, and don't drive when impaired by alcohol or drugs.
909: There are a number of steps you can take with ICBC if you wish to appeal a decision about your claim. You can raise your concerns with your claim representative and/or their manager, and then ICBC's Claim Decision Review process. If you have exhausted the channels inside ICBC and are still dissatisfied, there are other options outside of ICBC such as the BC Office of the Ombudsperson.
910: The Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) is a decision-making body independent from ICBC. If you disagree with an aspect of your ICBC claim such as your entitlement to accident benefits or the fault assessment (when it results in a monetary loss), you may apply to the CRT for dispute resolution. CRT costs range from $75 to $200 depending on the type of claim.
911: Traffic laws are often different in other cities, provinces, or countries; therefore, check the laws for the places you intend to drive. Florida Motor Vehicle Act: Don't enter an intersection or marked crosswalk unless there's space past the intersection or crosswalk for the vehicle you're driving so you don't obstruct other vehicles or pedestrians. In Florida on Jun-22-2017, the driver of a car that was hit while blocking an intersection was blamed for the death of someone in the other car.