LPI Blog

LPI COVID Update

At LPI, we like to keep our customers well informed in these unusual times. We came across some articles of interest and wanted to share this information with you. Doctors at Alberta Health Services say people shouldn’t leave hand sanitizer in their cars for an extended period. […]

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Life Insurance Goes Online and Contactless

As we are all coping with uncertain health and economic times due to Covid-19 we wanted to bring to your attention that life insurance companies have responded by making underwriting easier and contact-free. Life insurers are now accepting a telephone medical interview in lieu of the more […]

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Fees being Waived By ICBC

ICBC has recognized that Covid-19 has placed a strain on many of it Autoplan customer’s finances. In a bid to help out where they can ICBC has announced that the $30 cancellation fee is being waived by ICBC for clients that cancel their insurance after April 23, […]

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Some ways to temporarily reduce your Autoplan Costs

In these trying times you may want to consider a couple of methods to help reduce your Autoplan premiums in the interim. This can be achieved by taking your vehicle off the road and placing a storage policy on it. Alternatively, you can change the Autoplan rate […]

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Low Kilometer Autoplan Discount With ICBC

If you are planning on driving less than 5,000 kilometers during the year, ask us about Autoplan’s low kilometer discount now being offered by ICBC. The Autoplan discount will be 10% of your Basic, Extension Third Party Liability, and Collision coverages if you drive less than 5,000 […]

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Autolan Richmond BC Driver’s License Update

Coming this week ICBC Autoplan Richmond will be updating security features on new BC driver’s licenses, BC ID, & services cards. These additional features are intended to better protect you from methods of identity theft and fraud. The card will look fairly similar to older versions, adding […]

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Winterize Your Home for Added Comfort and Savings

As winter fast approaches, it’s time to prepare your home for the cold weather. By accomplishing these 10 simple tasks, you can increase your home’s energy efficiency and protect it against damage caused by rain, snow and freezing temperatures. 1. Arrange for a home energy audit. This […]

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Avoid Expensive Water Damage from Frozen Pipes

When the temperature falls to 0º C or below, you can prevent water damage from freezing pipes by taking a few simple steps. To prevent freezing pipes: 1. Keep the thermostat at 18ºC or above, day and night. Make sure all inside doors are open, so warm […]

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Keep the Home Fires Burning with a Well Maintained Fireplace

Two-thirds of all residential fires are caused by improperly-maintained fireplaces, chimneys, and wood stoves, according to the National Fire Protection Association. This means that most of these types of fires are preventable. So, before you cozy up to a fire this winter, make sure you follow a […]

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Flood Risks for Canadian Homeowners

Homeowners in Canada lack awareness of flood risk and the protection options available to them to reduce that risk, suggests a new study from researchers at the Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change and Partners for Action research network at Ontario’s University of Waterloo (UoW).   For the […]

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