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Re: Road Rage again

Postby gman313 » Sep 12th, 2017, 1:10 pm

my5cents wrote:The key is where you are ordinarily resident.

If you've obtained a job in BC you have 30 days to re-register (and thus insure your vehicle) and 90 days for your DL.

It's all in the motor vehicle act of BC.

Screwing around with registration and insurance for a vehicle isn't wise.


if you have property in AB you will be fine
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Re: Road Rage again

Postby my5cents » Sep 17th, 2017, 7:03 pm

gman313 wrote:if you have property in AB you will be fine


No you will not.

If you live in BC, and you know if you do, you can't rely on just ownership of property in a jurisdiction that you think is cheaper.

It might be the most expensive "cheap" insurance you ever buy.

If you own property and you have a collision that is your fault and you want to keep ownership of that property, don't play games with your auto insurance.
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