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Posted Oct 29

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Personal 3rd party liability / Forestry Act

This is from the "Forestry Act"

12. (1) A person must not operate or cause to be operated a motor vehicle or trailer, other than a motor vehicle or trailer described by section 2 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, on a forest service road unless

(a) the driver, motor vehicle and trailer are insured under a valid and subsisting contract of accident insurance providing insurance against liability to third parties in the amount of at least $200 000, and

(b) the driver carries written evidence, supplied by the insurer, of the insurance referred to in paragraph (a), or a copy of that written evidence, and produces it, on demand, to a peace officer, designated forest official, designated environment official or conservation officer under the Wildlife Act.

Insurance FAQ's

Insurance – Frequently Asked Questions

Off Road Vehicle Insurance in British Columbia

What is off road vehicle (ORV) insurance?

Off road vehicle insurance protects you against the financial losses you could suffer if you were involved in an off road vehicle accident. Your insurance company pays for these losses out of the pool of insurance premiums it collects from its thousands of customers. If you operate an ORV and have no insurance, you risk losing your personal assets every time you ride. An ORV is an unlicensed quad or ATV including UTV or RTV or a trail bike (dirt bike) or a snowmobile or an unlicensed dune buggy.

What types of ORV insurance coverage are available?

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Comox Valley ATV Club Fall Campout

10/02/2014 00:23
10/05/2014 23:23

1st Annual Fraser Valley ATV Ride to Live

09/14/2014 08:00
09/14/2014 18:00

We are encouraging everyone to pre-register for a numbers count and the weather looks like it is going to be perfect for a ride.


Attached is the poster and the trail maps which should be familiar to anyone that has rode in the area before.




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