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Tips for a smooth car insurance renewal by phone
Daily life might look a bit different right now, but we’re still here to help keep you moving.
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.
At-home learning tips and resources for parents
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.
When a man was pinned underneath a vehicle Aneil jumped into action.Read More
Evo Car Share doesn’t just get you from A to B, it can also get you to the delivery room just in time too.Read More
A rusted out vintage car with no documents, doesn’t have to be a non-starter.Read More
When a car crashed into a BCAA location, our team didn’t miss a beat.Read More
Removing a seat & rescuing cat while avoiding its claws is all in a days work.Read More
It's a stressful day when your 4-year-old decides it would be fun to clog a sink.Read More
Is your child’s Halloween costume both spooktacular and safe?
There’s nothing like getting a good ‘scare’ on Halloween—but not when it comes to kids’ safety. Here are costume and road safety tips to make sure your child stands out in the dark and enjoys their time trick or treating.READ MORE
Tips for the Right Protection in Case of a Car Accident
Do you have the right level of protection in the event of a car accident? As your local car insurance experts, we break down the types of protection (mandatory and optional) you should know about in BC, so you can save, get better coverage, or both.READ MORE
Five Ways to ‘Fall’ into Fun
The air is crisp, the days are getting shorter, and the hoodies are out in full force — fall has arrived! Autumn activities might look different than usual this year, but there are still plenty of fun things to partake in safely during the season. Here are five ways you can make the most of fall.READ MORE
Top Tips for Fall Adventures in BC
There’s nothing like the sweet smell of cool, crisp air in the morning and the crunch of fallen leaves underfoot to signal autumn’s arrival in BC, and with it, all the possibilities for fall adventures.READ MORE
The Ultimate Guide to Tires
Choose the right car tires with the help of this guide from industry experts. Types explained, what to look for and how to care for your tires.READ MORE
Earthquakes in BC: how prepared are you?
From everyday challenges to natural disasters, the reality is that unexpected emergencies can strike at any moment. Preparation is the best defense, and it starts with knowledge. Here’s what you should know to help protect your home and your loved ones.READ MORE
Drop, Cover and Hold On
BCAA is proud to sponsor and participate in The Great BC ShakeOut—part of the world's largest earthquake drill, and we want you to join us. Taking part is a great way for your family or organization to feel more prepared to get through and recover quickly from big earthquakes – wherever you live, work, or travel.READ MORE
Make the most of your outdoor space for the fall
As we spend more time at home this fall, there are still safe ways you can enjoy time with friends and family outdoors. Whether you live in a detached house, a townhome or a condo, check out our advice on how to make the most of your fresh air space for continued enjoyment through the fall season and into winter.READ MORE
Why winter tires should matter if you live in BC
BC's mixed and messy bag of weather conditions makes driving challenging. Use these expert tips to find the right winter tires that work in our unique climate.READ MORE
Essential travel to Canada: what to know
While the COVID-19 pandemic has restricted all non-essential travel into Canada, it has also resulted in additional requirements for those arriving for essential reasons. If you’re in a situation where you’ve recently returned from abroad, or you’re hosting family members from out of the country, it’s important to have a plan. Here are a few things to keep in mind for travelers to Canada.READ MORE