To add some context: I have been working a rataional job in British Columbia for the past 2.5 years but due to Covid my employer wishes for me to spend increasing more time in BC and avoid the exposure of monthly travel. Now instead of returning to my home province once a month, it will more than likely be once every 3-4 months depending on caseloads and covid protocols. For those seeking the definition of a rotational job, it’s basically commuting long distance for an extended schedule - 20 days of work, 10 days off. This coming spring (2021) I wish to bring my motorcycle to B.C. for use on evening and days off. I contacted my insurance provider and they have no interest in insuring me long term in BC due to the BC govt having a monopoly on insurance via ICBC. I ride a 2019 KTM Super Adventure R. I assume I will likely have to switch to a B.C. drivers license and plate my bike in BC as well - which will complicate ownership of my personal vehicles that I have licensed and insured in my home province (an individual cannot hold a legal drivers license in more than one province). Looking for some advice from others who have done the same. - Will an out of province safety inspection be required? - Who is the best (cheapest) vendor out there to seek insurance? (Northeast BC) - Process for insuring a bike in BC with or without B.C. plates. - Other tips to avoid being hooped?