Every week we’ll highlight the best question sent to our resident insurance expert, Anne Marie. Thomas. This week’s question comes from a reader who is having trouble sifting through some insurance jargon.
Insurance can be complicated, and in this case the reader had come across a phrase that was particularly confusing.
Our reader, Daniel emailed us to ask:
“What is the difference between one and two way auto insurance? What does one way insurance cover?”
Anne Marie says this is a common question that often comes up when consumers start exploring their insurance options.
“Hello, ‘One-way’ insurance covers you for liability for any damage that you cause to other people and/or their property in an auto accident. ‘Two-way’ insurance covers you for both damage that you do to other people and/or their property as well as any damage to your car as a result of an auto accident.”
To put it another way, one-way insurance can be thought of as the mandatory legal minimum for insurance in most provinces, while two-way insurance are policies that offer more comprehensive collision coverage.
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