Insurance is mandatory for all Canadian drivers; however overpaying is not. Learn the tips and tricks to get the most out of your insurance policy; everything from eligible insurance discounts, deductibles to optional coverage.


Tickets stay on your driving record for three years from the conviction date. Learn about demerit points and how they affect insurance; most common traffic tickets and violations; and tips to avoid getting a ticket.


Were you involved in a car accident? Did you know that a car accident stays on your driving record for six years? Not sure what to do next? Get all of the info you need - from reporting an accident to fault determination and insurance implications.

G Licensing

In order to obtain your driver's license, you must participate in the graduated licensing program. Find out how to get your license in any province, plus learn the new driver rules and restrictions.

Maintenance & Safety

Maintaining your car regularly is the key to preserving the lifespan of your vehicle. See what should be checked and serviced on your car; learn about winter tires; and get tips from our maintenance guides.

Driver Resources

Industry websites and resources can be found here. Resources include: Ministry of Transportation, Insurance Bureau of Canada, Claim History Reports, Buying a car, etc.

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