Quite some time back, I wrote an article about getting a motorcycle license, and steps involved.
If you have another vehicle, collector plates mean notoriously cheap insurance. To be eligible, you must have one commuter, which you pay regular insurance premiums for. E.g., you have a 2012 Honda Civic you pay regular insurance for, and a 1945 Daimler Benz in a pristine condition that you drive on weekends and sunny days only, which you pay cheap insurance for.
It is not a secret, that when you get a new car, the car goes down in value the moment you buy it. In this article I spoke about buying cars from the Government Surplus Auctions (groovy!), and here I want to focus on passing on the knowledge I accumulated while buying and selling used vehicles.
I have recently received a driving ticket. Without getting into much detail, I’ll explain how the process of disputing the fine amount through ICBC goes.