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All Articles Auto Insurance Camping

The Canadian Association of Fleet Supervisors is hosting an important seminar on the recent ICBC insurance rate changes.

“Having commercial auto insurance for your vehicles gives you the peace of mind that your employees will be able to continue with their tasks after a collision occurs with minimal downtime. Our goal is to help you ensure your fleet so it meets your business goals.” TJ Bumby

Dates & Locations

November 6, 2019 at the Executive Inn, 405 North Road, Coquitlam

November 19, 2019 at Ricky’s Meeting Room, 32080 Marshall Rd, Abbotsford

Topic

  • Recent changes to Auto Insurance in BC (of which rate design is one component)
  • An overview of the Insurance Rating Model, with the new driver based component
  • How the changes affect fleet customers

Speakers

  • TJ Bumby ~ Reliance Insurance Agencies Ltd.
  • Mark Francis ~ HUB Insurance

Agenda

5:30 pm – Registration / mix & mingle

6:30 pm – Dinner

7:30 pm – Meeting/guest speaker/draws

9:00 pm – Meeting closed

Cost:

$55 members – $65 non-members (GST included)

24-hour cancellation notice required – no-shows will be invoiced

Registration: please register with Lori Hendy at cafs@telus.net

Reference: Canadian Association of Fleet Supervisors

More on the Subject of ICBC: Auto Insurance at Reliance Insurance

 

Commercial insurance coverage related to COVID19

All of us at Reliance extend our deepest sympathies to all those affected and their families. This is a surreal time. We are committed to being available to support your personal and business insurance needs, as well as our communities through this unprecedented event. To do so we are enabling our team to care for themselves and their families with opportunities to work remotely. Our offices remain open, but we have asked staff to curtail in-person meetings and any business travel. We’re all in this together, we’re here for you in as much as we can be, and one way or another we will all get through this by working together.” Chris Ball, CEO

 

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