Renew your Car Insurance Online

ICBC Autoplan

You can renew your ICBC Car Insurance online while still practicing Social Distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak.

We are available by phone and email to assist you with renewing your Car Insurance policy as well.

E-mail us at office@kinginsurance.ca
or call us at 604-325-2282.

Don’t wait until the last moment before your ICBC Autoplan policy expires to renew.
You never know when an accident will happen – ensure that you and your loved ones are protected.
We at King Insurance will be happy to work with you to find which coverages fit your lifestyle.


Please complete the form below to renew:

First name*

Last name*

Email address*

Phone Number*

Driver's License Number

Birthdate*

Policy Expiry Date

Odometer (optional)

Additional Information





Frequently Asked Questions

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Is my insurance automatically renewed?
This is only a form for requesting a renewal.
After you fill out this form for us, we will contact you as soon as possible about actually renewing your ICBC insurance policy.
How do I set up a monthly payment option?
We will contact you after you submit the above form – the payment plan can be arranged from there.
Can I also request changes to my existing ICBC policy using this form (e.g changing to “pleasure only”)?
Yes – you can specify which changes you wish to make in the Additional Information section, when filling out the above form.
Why do I have to list drivers on my ICBC car insurance policy?
Before September 1, 2019, if a friend borrowed your car and caused a crash, the claim would go on your crash history, rather than theirs. Now, crashes follow the driver – so the claim will go on your friend’s crash history, not yours. This helps to make sure the right person is held accountable for the crash.
Listing drivers won’t necessarily mean you pay more. It will depend on each listed driver’s experience and crash history.

Source: ICBC Autoplan FAQ
Which drivers should I list on my ICBC car insurance policy?

You need to list the following:

  • Household members and employees
  • Learners
  • Others, such as friends and family, who will use your car regularly

Source: ICBC Autoplan FAQ

How do I list drivers on my ICBC car insurance policy?
You need to have the full name, driver’s license number and date of birth for each person you want to list.
To list out-of-province drivers you will also need to know the jurisdiction of their license (for example, Alberta).

You can add or remove drivers at any time.

Source: ICBC Autoplan FAQ
What is Unlisted Driver Protection?

If a customer would like the flexibility to be able to lend their car to occasional, unlisted drivers, Unlisted Driver Protection can provide a peace of mind. It protects you from a potential one-time financial consequence should an occasional driver, not listed on your policy, cause a crash using your car.

Unlisted Driver Protection is available at no cost to the customer until an unlisted driver causes a crash using the customer’s car. After the first unlisted driver crash occurs, this Basic protection will cost $50 annually (one fee per policy; not driver). If unlisted drivers continue to crash your car, the cost of this protection will increase. For Optional insurance, on average, the cost will start at $35 depending on rating factors.

Unlisted Driver Protection does not apply to:

  • household members or employees of the owner, lessee or principal driver
  • people who do not hold a valid driver’s license
  • people who drove any of the owner’s or lessee’s vehicles more than 12 days in the 12 months before the crash (regardless of the length of the policy).
  • people who have already had an at-fault crash on any of the owners’ vehicles within the last five years prior to the crash.

Source: ICBC Autoplan FAQ

What happens if an unlisted driver causes a crash?
If an unlisted driver causes a crash in a customer’s car and they did not have Unlisted Driver Protection or it was not applicable (for example, the unlisted driver was a household member and was therefore excluded), the registered owner may face a financial consequence of 15 times the Basic premium differential, up to $5,000 per claim.

This is based on the difference between what the customer should have paid if they listed the at-fault driver versus the actual premium paid without listing the driver. This fee is intended to represent the lost premium from not listing the at-fault driver.
If the driver has an out-of-province license, the one-time financial consequence will be a flat fee of $250.

Exceptions to the financial consequence of an unlisted driver crash will be made for medical emergencies, programs like Operation Red Nose, and mechanics or valets who may have their own garage policy.

Customers who want to occasionally lend their vehicle to a friend not listed on their policy won’t need to purchase additional protection. But if that friend causes a crash, and the customer wants to continue to have this additional protection, for the next five years they’ll need to pay for it.

Source: ICBC Autoplan FAQ
About listing learner drivers:
If a learner driver is listed on your ICBC car insurance policy, the learner premium will be automatically added to the policy.

This premium recognizes the risk that a learner driver represents and helps cover the costs of learner-caused crashes. The premium costs $130 to $230 per year, depending on the policy address. This is one cost to cover all learners using the car, not per learner.

For learner drivers, time spent in the learner stage will not count towards their driving experience, and crashes caused by learners will not go on their driving record either. Actually, a learner’s true driving experience is considered to start from when they are licensed – at the novice stage – and driving without a supervisor.

Source: ICBC Autoplan FAQ


You can find out more about the different coverages that you can have on your ICBC Autoplan policy here.

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