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Car Insurance in Ontario: What’s Happening with Rates?Auto insurance rates in Ontario to increase the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) reports. See what's expected to happen to Ontario car insurance rates in the coming months. Read more »
#AskAnneMarie: Insurance Makeover RoundupTrue or false? Fact or fiction? Watch #AskAnneMarie answer some of the most common questions homeowners and drivers have about their insurance coverage. Read more »
8 Ways To Get Your Home Winter ReadyThe winter season is drawing near which means subzero temperatures, icy conditions and a whole lot of snow. That’s why it’s time to start thinking about protecting your home from any potential damage the frigid temperatures and snow may bring. Taking charge now, before it is too late, may help you avoid a home insurance claim later. Read more »
What to do If You Hit an Animal While Driving If you hit an animal that caused damage to your vehicle, will you be covered for this type of collision, or will you be left to pick up the tab? Learn what to do if you hit an animal while driving, whether it be a racoon or something larger like a deer. Read more »
Ontario’s Drive Clean Emissions Test CancelledIf you drive a vehicle that’s seven years or older, effective April 1, 2019 you will no longer be required to get a Drive Clean emissions test to renew your registration and licence plate. Read more »
Get Your Car Ready for the WinterOctober is Car Safety Month which means it’s time to make sure you and your vehicle are ready for the winter season ahead. And while it may seem like it’s too soon to be thinking about winter, a little car care today will go a long way toward improving the safety and dependability of your vehicle before the snow flies. Read more »
Long Weekend Safe Driving TipsWith a three-day weekend on the horizon, there are two things you can count on this Thanksgiving: traffic (and lots of it) as families hit the road to dine together, and a heavy police presence on the roads. Read more »
Celebrate the New Season by Saving on Your Car InsuranceNow that autumn is in the air, it's time to harvest some savings on your car insurance because the ways to save are plentiful. Read more »
Drive High? You’re Driving ImpairedAs of October 17th, cannabis in Canada will be legal, but it remains illegal to drive while high. Read more »
Tips for Driving in the FogDriving in the fog can be stressful, but delaying your trip until the fog clears isn’t always possible. See what you should, and shouldn't do, to ensure a safe ride when driving through a foggy patch. Read more »
How to Ready Your Home for Wet WeatherAs the seasons change, you can expect the weather to be unpredictable. Protect your home with these precautions to minimize the risk of water damage this fall. Read more »
School Zone Safety: Keeping an Eye out for the KidsBack-to-school season is upon us and that means all drivers will need a refresher course on school zone safety because school zones are busy spots; there’s a lot going on and there’s a lot to look out for as a driver. Read more »
Could You Pass the Knowledge Test for the Alberta Class 7 Learner’s Licence?Take a short quiz to test your familiarity with some of what you’ll find in the Driver’s Guide to Operation, Safety and Licensing. Read more »
Could You Pass Your Ontario G1 Knowledge Test?If you had to do it all over again, could you pass the written test for Ontario’s G1 learner’s permit? Read more »
Wanderlust Quiz: Family EditionLooking for a new beach to explore? Want to go to where the wild animals roam? See if you can identify these up and coming travel destinations, which we think are pretty kid-friendly too. Read more »
Best Back-To-School Cars for StudentsWhen August rolls in there’s no hiding from the fact that soon students will be back in class. It’s also at this time when students, and parents of students, consider the transportation needs of getting to class, home, and back again. Read more »
How Are Insurance Premiums Affected When Your Children Go Away to School?September is right around the corner and soon thousands of college and university students will be leaving the nest (and the car) behind. See how student discounts can help you lower your car insurance premiums. Read more »
When does a driver have to be listed on an auto insurance policy?Your auto insurance is determined, in part, by the drivers listed on your policy. But who exactly should be listed on your policy? Do you need to add your neighbour who occasionally borrows your SUV when they shop at Costco? Do you need to include your teen driver who only has their learner’s permit? Read more »
The Truth About Renos: Test Your Home Improvement SavvyPlanning to give your home a makeover this year? Test your home improvement savvy with the InsuranceHotline.com Truth About Renos quiz. Read more »
Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Home from TheftWe live in a relatively safe country; but that doesn’t mean we should let our guards down. According to Statistics Canada's latest data, over 159,000 break-ins were reported to police in 2017. Decrease your chance of getting broken into, with these 10 tips to keep your home safe. Read more »
Hot Under the Collar Because of Your Car Insurance Premiums? Tips to Help You SaveCar insurance premiums got you hot under the collar? Tips to help you save today on your car insurance rate. Read more »
Five Ways to Slash Your Car ExpensesOwning a car isn’t cheap, but there are ways to make car ownership less of a strain on your wallet and we've listed five ways you can slash your car costs. Read more »
Quiz: Driving Is a Gas, until You Have to Pay for It!Gas prices in Canada have drivers fuming. Outside of leaving the car at home however, do you know how you can lessen your trips to the pump and subsequently the hit to your wallet? Read more »
10 Tips for a Healthy VacationIt’s every traveller’s fear—falling ill while on holiday. It’s part of the reason why experienced travellers ensure they have travel insurance. Even so, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and there are other precautions you should take to maximize the likelihood of your trip going off without a hitch. Read more »
Quiz: Pack It Right Before You Take FlightGet ready to go on vacation? Test your packing proficiency against what the Canadian Airport Transport Security Authority says about your travel essentials. Do they go in your carry-on or checked luggage? Read more »
Three Ways to Value Your Home RenovationsAre you taking a critical eye to your house and considering what areas could be improved? Whatever project you plan to undertake, everyone naturally expects a renovation or upgrade to add value to the home. Read more »
Road Trip Essentials: 5 Ways to Rock the RoadNow that the kids are out of school and there’s a long weekend ahead of us, many parents are planning to take the first road trip of the summer. Road trips, however, sometimes come with bumps that can slow you down if you’re not prepared. Read more »
10 Countries That May Require You to BYOI (Bring Your Own Insurance)Canadian tourists who risk travelling without travel insurance also risk complications with customs officials upon arrival at these 10 countries where health insurance for visitors is required. Read more »
You’ve Got Mail and It’s a Parking TicketThe days of evading a parking ticket by driving away before the ticket is issued are no more. Now, parking tickets can be mailed to you. Read more »
Father Knows Best: How to Save $700 on Your Car InsuranceShow Dad how much you’ve learned from him this Father’s Day, June 17th. Impress him with the savings you can get on your car insurance with these tips that could help you spend less. Read more »