I support public car insurance in British Columbia because...
Car insurance isn’t just about the car. It’s about people’s safety and the care that people need when something goes wrong.
Public car insurance creates local jobs and significant investments in municipalities through road safety and improvement, and community grants while providing greater control to municipalities to plan for risks and costs.
B.C.’s new Enhanced Care Model will reduce rates for drivers and provide support to people who have been in accidents without forcing them to go through lengthy and expensive court fights.
Jurisdictions with private insurance options have experienced significant rate hikes year after year while accident benefits dramatically decline. In some provinces, that means lots of people aren’t insured at all, putting everyone at risk.
I support public car insurance to reduce rates and improve accident coverage, keeping jobs and local investments in British Columbia.
Burnaby City Council
Bonita Zarrillo, Councillor, Coquitlam
Michelle Staples, Mayor, Duncan
Tom Duncan, Councillor, Duncan
Val van den Broek, Mayor, Langley City
Zeni Maartman, Councillor, Nanaimo
Jonathan Cote, Mayor, New Westminster
Nadine Nakagawa, Councillor, New Westminster
Angela Girard, Councillor, North Vancouver City
Carole Ann Leishman, Councillor, Powell River
Brad West, Mayor, Port Coquitlam
Nancy McCurrach, Councillor, Port Coquitlam
Glenn Pollock, Councillor, Port Coquitlam
Kelly Greene, Councillor, Richmond
Harold Steves, Councillor, Richmond
Judy Brownoff, Councillor, Saanich
Kennedy Stewart, Mayor, Vancouver
Christine Boyle, Councillor, Vancouver
Pete Fry, Councillor, Vancouver
Jean Swanson, Councillor, Vancouver
Kelly Fehr, Councillor, Vernon
Ben Isitt, Councillor, Victoria