Alberta’s government recently introduced legislation that’s intended to improve auto insurance for Alberta’s 3 million drivers.
Changes to Alberta’s auto insurance system are designed to reduce red tape, increase medical care, expand options for drivers, and stabilize costs.
These changes include enhancing treatment and care for accident victims, putting in necessary cost controls and allowing consumers access to innovative and flexible product options such as Usage Based Insurance. Learn more about these changes and others here.
Improved Affordability and Care
Alberta’s auto insurance system has not been working for Alberta’s 3 million drivers. In these challenging economic times, Albertans need affordable auto insurance they can count on. The recent changes introduced by the Government of Alberta are intended to stabilize premiums and improve medical care for Albertans injured in collisions by increasing the amount of coverage available to accident victims with minor injury and increasing benefits available to accident victims with serious or catastrophic injuries. Learn more about the government’s changes to auto insurance here.