Comprehensive claims do not affect your insurance premium. If the claim occurred as a result of a collision, you should speak with ICBC or your insurance provider directly to determine how this may affect your policy.
Yes in the case of auto glass replacement. There is no deductible for windshield repairs.
If you are processing the claim through your optional insurance policy, and your coverage is with ICBC, see page 2 of your insurance papers. For private insurance coverage, contact your insurance broker directly to confirm.
In most cases, yes. If you carry comprehensive coverage, repairs can be completed at no cost to you provided the damage is smaller than a loonie, not in the driver’s line of vision and there isn’t a long crack or pre-existing damage. Consult your insurance provider for more details.
A windshield replacement has a warranty against manufacturing defects and leaks (with the exception of leaks due to vehicle body deterioration) for as long as you own your vehicle. This warranty will expire when you are no longer the registered owner of the vehicle.