I heard that there is an internal proposal/discussion, whereby ICBC is plannning to remove the ability for anyone to dispute a traffic violation in a court of law, and make the dispute process done by phone with a provincially appointed adjudicator, much like the current process for drunk driving charges.
You got that, right: No more due process in a court of law.
Concommitant to that, ICBC is (according to my understanding of the proposed changes) planning on attaching the costs of your inurance directly to the number of tickets/driving infractions you have, and no longer solely base it on if one has had accidents, or not.
Mull that one over for a bit ...
(doesn't it sound as though speedy but accurate/good/'safe' drivers will bear more of the costs, than slow/speed-legal ones that drive like shit and do stupid things - stupid things that usually aren't ticketed?)