Added September 27, 2016: Filing Decisions for 3rd Quarter of 2016.
Added September 26, 2016: The AIRB has completed its 2016 Annual Review process for Private Passenger Vehicles and Commercial Vehicles. See the decision, background information and related Bulletins and Order.
Added September 20, 2016: The AIRB is seeking five part-time Board members - more information and how to apply.
Added September 14, 2016: Information related to Transportation Network Company (TNC) Drivers.
Added August 16, 2016: Notice 04-2016: Fleet Definition Update.
The primary role of the Automobile Insurance Rate Board is to regulate automobile insurance rating programs for private passenger vehicles for both basic and additional coverage in Alberta. The Board's vision is to foster an efficient and effective automobile insurance market with fair and predictable rates.
In order to carry out its review of rating programs, the AIRB holds an annual open consultation meeting to hear from stakeholders with respect to Alberta private passenger vehicle loss experience. The oral and written information provided through this meeting, along with the Board’s consulting actuary report, and other information the Board gathers, is used to establish rating components and guidelines for review of rate filings.
The guidelines established are also used to determine the appropriate premium level for the grid rating program. The grid rating program caps premiums for basic coverage.Â Currently, approximately 93% of drivers in Alberta pay less than the grid premium.
The Board strives through its website to ensure consumers have access to insurance related information that facilitates informed choices. The Board welcomes and encourages consumers to use our grid rate calculator located on our website, along with the other information contained therein.
Allan Cleiren, CA, ICD.D
Automobile Insurance Rate Board