Number of at-fault crashes — for GLP drivers who have taken/not taken an ICBC-approved driver education course
|GLP drivers who took an ICBC-approved course||GLP drivers who didn't take an ICBC-approved course|
|Year||Total crashes||At-fault crashes*||At-fault %||Total crashes||At fault crashes*||At-fault %|
GLP drivers who completed an ICBC-approved driver education course were between 9% and 13% less likely to be at fault in a crash while in GLP.
*An at-fault crash is defined as being at least 50% responsible for the crash.
- Counts include incidents that occurred in parking lots or involved parked vehicles. Data also includes out of province crashes.
- GLP drivers who have taken an ICBC-approved course are defined as drivers issued Declaration of Completion forms for Class 7 and 8 before the crash date.
- ICBC implemented a new claims system. As a result, the way ICBC collects and reports crash data has changed. Data from 2013 or earlier may not be directly comparable to 2014 data and crime data has changed.
Source: ICBC's Corporate Data Warehouse and Enterprise Data Warehouse | January 31, 2018