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The Safest Cars on the RoadIn the face of a collision, some vehicles are simply safer than others, and every year, the U.S.-based Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recognizes the vehicles that perform best in a bad situation. Read more »
Six of Canada’s Favourite Island Destinations to Escape the ColdNow that the cold and snow is a reality across the country, are you now planning your mid-winter warm up on an island somewhere? Hands down, the island most popular with Canadians is Cuba, but what other Caribbean islands are popular with Canadians in search of the sun? Read more »
Harsher Fines for Distracted Driving in Ontario Coming in New YearLeave the phone alone. That’s the message behind the new penalties for distracted driving in Ontario that come into effect January 1, 2019. Read more »
World of Wanderlust: The Countries Canadians Visit MostCanadians love to travel. We're adventurous and we like to explore. It’s a big world out there and based on the top 13 destinations favoured by Canadian travellers we’re all over the map…literally. Read more »
London’s Red Light Cameras Are All Operational and Snapping AwayGet ready to smile for the cameras if you plan to run a red light in London. All 10 of the planned cameras are now up and running in the city. Read more »
Common Traffic Tickets in MississaugaIt can happen to even the best driver, a momentary slip from being a conscientious driver to being one that’s being pulled over by police for not heeding the rules of the road. Find out which tickets are some of the most common if you drive in Mississauga. Read more »
Three-quarters of Canadians Own Winter TiresMore Canadians than ever are turning to winter tires to tackle the weather conditions. Winter tires could also help tackle the high cost of auto insurance too. Read more »
Winter Driving Safety TipsWell, it was bound to happen. We do live in Canada after all. Driving in the winter requires more caution due to slippery road conditions and poor visibilityl. Stay safe on the winter roads by following a few simple tips that will help you avoid accidents as well as the potential for getting stuck or stranded in a snowstorm. Read more »
Black Friday Deals Can't Match What You Can Save on Your Car InsuranceLong gone are the days when you would have to cross border shop to benefit from Black Friday sales. In fact, Black Friday in Canada is now more popular for deal hunters than Boxing Day. But if you really want to save money, you should start by looking at what you’re currently paying for your car insurance. Read more »
Black Friday More Popular Than Boxing Day in CanadaBoxing Day is losing its lustre with Canadian shoppers. Black Friday is now the day that Canadians turn to when shopping for deals. If you plan to hit up the malls this Black Friday, lessen the chance of a parking lot accident or theft claim with these nine Black Friday parking lot tips. Read more »
Preparing a Well-Stocked Winter Car KitNow that the weather has turned chilly across all of Canada, it’s time to start thinking about winter and ensuring your car is properly equipped for the upcoming season. Read more »
The Season of Driving in the Dark Is HereIt goes without saying that driving in the dark is considerably more difficult than driving during daylight hours; it’s simply harder to see what’s going on around you. And, now that the days are getting shorter, it’s time to shine a light on a few nighttime driving tips. Read more »
Ontario Auto Insurance on the Agenda at Queen’s ParkAuto insurance rates in Ontario have been climbing for some time and with the recent announcement that insurance rates are increasing again, two Toronto-area MPPs have each tabled a private member’s bill that could affect how your auto insurance premiums are determined. Read more »
Which Cars Are the Most and Least Reliable?Buying a new car can be costly, and when forking over that type of cash, most drivers expect to be happy with their wheels for years to come. However, not all new cars are trouble-free, and Consumer Reports' latest study ranks the most reliable and least reliable new cars on the road. Read more »
Looking Forward to Falling Back: Safe Driving As Daylight Saving Time EndsThe end of daylight saving time in the fall is a time of year that many people look forward to; after all, an extra hour of sleep is a hard thing not to like. However, this one-hour change may have negative effects when it comes to road safety. Read more »
Are You Allowed to Travel with Your Legally Purchased Pot?Are you allowed to travel with cannabis? Find out where you can, and can't, travel to with your legally purchased Canadian cannabis. Read more »
Car Insurance Premiums Give You a Fright? 13 Tips to Lower Your BillTake a bite out of your insurance premiums with these 13 tips to help you lower your car insurance bill. No tricks here, only treats. Read more »
Halloween Tricks, Pranks and Accidents: Are You Covered?Thankfully, Halloween is usually about the treat and not the trick, but unfortunately Halloween hijinks, and even accidents, happen. How will your car insurance or home insurance policy protect you? Read more »
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 »