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Out here, we protect your assets.

Accidents are just that – accidents, and the new ‘P.Y.A – Protect Your Assets’ Driver’s Protection Policy underwritten by the Echelon Insurance Company of Canada was designed to protect you and your assets if you are involved in an at fault accident. Limits of $1,000,000 and $2,000,000 are available.

Did you know that in the Province of British Columbia, your third party liability insurance may be voided? If you are an at-fault driver, charged and convicted of a “Specified Driving Offence” your third party liability may be voided by your Auto Insurance Provider.

What is a Specified Driving Offence?

  • Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle
  • Impaired driving from alcohol or legal drugs including legal medication
  • Operating a motor vehicle with an unregistered or unlicensed trailer attached
  • Criminal negligence causing death or bodily injury – no intentional acts

Unintentional criminal negligence is just another way to say accident and while we can’t plan for accidents, we can surely protect ourselves with insurance. If you are at-fault for an accident and your liability insurance is voided, can you afford to pay the medical bills of the injured person?

The P.Y.A. Driver’s Asset Protection Policy provides a legal defence cost benefit of $50,000 to enable you to immediately hire a lawyer to fight the charge.

How to purchase this policy:

To be eligible for the “Protect Your Assets” policy you must be 25 years of age or older, have a valid Driver’s License, not have had any suspended or cancelled drivers licenses in the past 5 years, and are 5 years’ free of any convictions for any of the specified driving offences covered under this policy.

Speak with an Integris Insurance Representative today for more information.

Notice: The PYA Drivers Asset Protection Policy does not pay fines or penalties of any kind, nor does it eliminate any criminal convictions.

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