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COVID-19 & your car insurance: Tips for a smooth renewal by phone

Daily life might look a bit different right now, but we’re still here to help keep you moving.

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Staying home and staying organized

As we settle into the new normal of being homebound, this might be a good time to reset and get a jump on personal-home projects and get things in life organized. Here are just a few ideas that can help you achieve a great sense of accomplishment from at-home life.

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At-home learning tips and resources for parents while BC schools remain closed

We’ve put together information and tips from the government and BC educators on productive home learning to help you find ways to keep your child engaged.

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Slow down, more kids are playing! Tips to keep outdoor play safe

BCAA asks drivers to slow down and watch out for kids on residential streets. Parents and guardians can also do their part, by setting a good example. Here are some tips to keep kids safe when playing or riding bikes around the neighbourhood.


Cycling and Pedestrian Safety

Although many British Columbians have settled into a “new normal”, spending more time at home due to the current pandemic, it’s still important for the whole family to stay active for both physical and mental health.


BCAA is there for you throughout COVID-19

For over 100 years, BCAA has helped British Columbians move forward. Keeping us safe at home, on the road and wherever the next adventure might lead. So when the COVID-19 pandemic began, we leaned into our Purpose and our Beliefs, to shape how we could be there for you, our Members, customers, employees and the communities at large, now more than ever.


Tips to keep your car rolling during this time

As British Columbians spend more time at home, vehicles are sitting longer, causing challenges for drivers when it’s time to start up again. Here’s how to keep your car in good shape, so it’s good to go when you need it.


Make the most of staying home!

As social distancing restrictions start to relax and we settle into our new normal, it’s key that we all continue to do our part in caring for each other and our communities. For many of us, time spent at home is still a big part of our reality. Here are some ways to support local BC organizations while making the most of quality time with your loved ones.


COVID-19 & your car insurance: Tips to reduce your car insurance premium

With many businesses closed and most of us at home due to the pandemic, you could be driving less. If you're looking to save money, consider making changes to your car insurance. Here are 5 ways you might be able to reduce your premium during this time.


Re-imagine a Mother’s Day to Remember

This year’s Mother’s Day might look a little different, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be just as special. If there’s ever a year to get back to the basics of what Mother’s Day is all about – it’s this one. These unusual times have given many of us an opportunity to take stock and show our gratitude and love in new ways. Big, expensive gifts are out. Thoughtfulness is in.


4 Common Myths About Condo and Townhouse Insurance

In this article, we’ll tackle some of the most common condo insurance myths and set the record straight once and for all.


Explore the Okanagan

The Okanagan Valley is nicknamed The Napa of the North for the many world-class wineries in the region. The region is also one of Canada’s top recreational destinations, offering opportunities for hiking, water sports and biking, to name just a few.


The Many Faces of a BC Winter

When we talk about winter driving, it’s tempting to fixate solely on tips for navigating snow and ice: install winter tires, take it slow, carry salt, monitor the weather forecast and so on. While this is all sage advice, BC winters are a mixed bag that can toss out nearly any condition on top of white stuff and frigid temperatures. So read on for a few other ways the season can manifest in this province – and how to drive safely no matter what face winter decides to put on.