Back in March, Premier John Horgan announced that British Columbians will be eligible to receive a one-time relief rebate of $110 from ICBC to ease the financial burden of increased gas prices caused by the invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces.
Most ICBC customers with a basic auto insurance policy during the month of February are eligible for the $110 relief rebate.
At the time, the province said customers can expect to receive their rebate in May if they are registered for direct deposit with ICBC or as a refund to their credit card while all other customers would receive cheques in June.
Yet exactly four months later, many are still waiting for their rebate, while others have received theirs.
Curious if anyone has actually received the $110 ICBC rebate yet?https://t.co/eWgY1HhPo8
— Nicholas M. Pescod (@npescod) July 25, 2022