VANCOUVER, B.C. — BCTA President & CEO Paul Landry and Director of Policy & Communications Louise Yako met with ICBC senior managers late last month to remind the insurance board about BCTA’s desire to introduce multi-year licensing for trailers.
The meeting was supposed to have taken place with Paul Taylor, the new ICBC President, but he was unable to attend due to a serious injury.
"Multi-year licensing will save carriers the administrative burden of having to apply decals annually on trailers when re-licensing occurs. While ICBC had originally intended to introduce this initiative early in 2005, due to an inability to have the necessary legislation scheduled on the provincial government’s legislative calendar, this initiative has been delayed. However, it is anticipated that a late 2005 introduction is still possible," the BCTA says.
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