From purchasing auto insurance to selecting the right coverage, the AIRB provides the information you need to make informed decisions.
Role of the AIRB
Whether you are shopping for auto insurance or renewing your coverage, the AIRB’s role is to ensure auto insurance is accessible, equitable and sustainable for all Albertans.
Know the risks and market conditions impacting your insurance rates and the steps you can take to lower them.
Learn about the different types of auto insurance and ways of purchasing coverage.
Shop the market, compare rates, calculate your grid rate, and view approved rate changes.
Understand how your auto insurance rate is calculated and how you can lower your rate.
Explore our list of auto insurance companies offering coverage for Alberta drivers.
To address affordability challenges, the Government of Alberta is implementing short-term reforms to assist Alberta drivers.
Additional information about insuring your vehicle in Alberta.
Learn who to contact with concerns or questions about your auto insurance.View Website
See some common questions asked about Alberta auto insurance.View Website
Find out about the auto insurance needed for transportation network company drivers (Uber, Lyft drivers).View Website
A step-by-step guide on what to do if you are involved in an accident with your vehicle.Download PDF
Learn how the AIRB reviews rating programs and responds to market challenges.View Website
Find additional information about auto insurance in Alberta and stay informed about the AIRB's activities, results, and performance.View Website
November 2, 2023
The Government of Alberta announced short-term reforms to the auto insurance system. This includes “Good Driver” rate protection. You are eligible for “Good Driver” rate protection if you have: No at-fault claims in the last six years No Criminal Code traffic convictions in the last four years No Major traffic convictions in the last three […]Read more
February 5, 2024
The AIRB regularly fields consumer calls and one of the most common questions we get is “Why did my premium go up when there was a rate pause in 2023 and the Good Driver rate cap in 2024?” To begin answering the question it’s important to note both the rate pause and the Good Driver […]Read more
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