A friend sent me this (I live in MB, not AB), but I feel this has ramifications for the vehicle insurance industry across Canada, including motorcycles. From the article: " the Alberta government introduced Bill 41 on Oct. 29 to modernize the Insurance Act." https://edmontonjournal.com/opinion...ce-reforms-could-cost-albertans-their-privacy Sounds innocuous, but when you read deeper into it, "the law is designed to make affordable insurance contingent on drivers relinquishing their privacy... expanding the use of usage based insurance (UBI) technology that tracks mileage, driving behaviors, and much more." To qualify for a discount, drivers will have to agree to download an always on tracking app to their smartphone. If this passes in Alberta, it will likely spread to other provinces. With all the integrated computerization and connectivity happening in new vehicles, how long before your car, motorcycle or phone rats you out to Big Brother for speeding, or going offroad backcountry, etc.? That appears to be where this is headed.