I know it. A nice dream though. Unclogged roads. Knowing the motorists around you have a higher degree of skill, than most motorists now.
icbc wants to license people that avoid any and all kinds of traffic accidents at all costs so they can collect premiums rather than paying claims.
Respectfully, I'll disagree. ICBC egages in safe driving and things like "zero crash month," to reduce claims.
If $.86 of every premium dollar goes to pay claims, the ultimate result of reduced claims, and claims payments, means the premiums should go down.
ICBC is a business entity, a requirement. It doesn't have emotions.
Money in, money out.
Reduce the 'money out,' the Superintendent of Insurance, the BCUC, the provincial government, and the public, will demand a reduction of 'money in.'
Granted, people crash, thieves steal, vandals run amuck. It'll never happen.
Riders won't crash, politicians won't lie, tax dollars won't be miss-spent. Debate won't end up in a ring of discussion, but actual results that benefit people.
It'll never happen.
But a guy can dream. Then, turn over, wake up, and continue on.:surrender