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Top 20 International Destinations for Travellers

Top 20 International Destinations for TravellersThere’s nothing like packing your bags, grabbing all your travel documents, getting on a flight, and exploring the nooks and crannies of the world. If you have the travel bug and need inspiration on where to go we've got 20 places worth consideration. Read more »

It’s a Wild World: What to do If You Hit an Animal on the Road

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 roadkill…tab? Learn what to do if you hit an animal while driving, whether it be a racoon, a deer or a moose. Read more »

Car Insurance in Ontario: What’s Happening with Rates? [Updated]

A photo of drivers entering and leaving TorontoNews alert: Ontario car insurance rates are set to increase. See what's expected to happen to Ontario car insurance rates in the coming months. Read more »

20 Tips for Snowbirds Escaping Winter

20 Tips For Snowbirds Escaping WinterEvery winter, hundreds of thousands of Canadian snowbirds head south to avoid the worst that winter has to offer. If you’re looking to escape old man winter for a month or two, or maybe more, here are some home, travel and driving tips to help make sure everything is in order. Read more »

Top 10 Traffic-Heavy Intersections in Toronto

No matter if you’re driving, walking or biking, traffic in Toronto is a part of life. But the City recently announced plans to make changes to 10 of it's most congested intersections. Find out which streets are the most traffic-heavy. Read more »

Fault Determination in a Parking Lot Accident [Updated]

AccidentJust like an accident on the road, parking lot accidents vary greatly as to who will be found at fault. Insurance expert Anne Marie talks about what to do if you find yourself in a collision in a parking lot on this episode of #AskAnneMarie. Read more »

Gobble up Savings on Your Car Insurance

Gobble Up Savings On Your Car InsuranceDon’t let auto insurance premiums eat away at your savings. Stuff your wallet with these money saving car insurance tips. Read more »

Renting a Cottage This Fall? Renting out Your Own? Here’s What You Need to Know

Before renting a cottage, make sure you're protected. Tips to make sure both the owner and renter get the best out of a cottage rental. Read more »

OPP Kicks off Annual Fall Seatbelt Campaign. Are You Buckled Up? [Updated]

Buckle up. Starting September 28 and going on throughout the fall, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will be cracking down on drivers, and passengers, who are not properly secured in the vehicle. As the U.S.-based National Highway Traffic Safety Administration puts it, “Click it Or Ticket.” Read more »

Get Your Car Ready for the Winter

Get Your Car Ready for the WinterToo often the fall season can feel like winter. But, we do live in Canada where the weather can be wacky, weird and at times, out of sync with our expectations which is why it’s never too early to make sure your car is ready for the winter roads ahead. Read more »

Drug Impaired Driving to Be Treated the Same as Drunk Driving

Ontario laws about driving while impaired by drugs are being beefed up. As of October 2, 2016 penalties for driving while drug impaired will mirror those for driving while drunk. Read more »

Have Visitors Coming to Canada? Entry Rules Have Changed

Travel documentsDo you have family members or friends coming to Canada for a visit? Depending on where they are coming from, as of November 10, 2016, they may need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) before they can board their flight. Read more »

Almost Half of All Canadians Live Paycheque to Paycheque

Almost Half of All Canadians Live Paycheque to PaychequeFeeling strapped for cash? You’re not alone as 48 per cent of Canadians recently reported it would be difficult to meet their financial obligations if they missed a paycheque; many of us are financially stretched too thin. Read more »

Celebrate the New Season by Saving on Your Car Insurance

Celebrate the New Season by Saving on Your Car InsuranceNow that fall is here, it’s time to see if you can rake up some extra money by saving on your car insurance premiums. Be-leaf it! Read more »

Top Factors That Affect Life Insurance Premiums

Top Factors That Affect Life Insurance PremiumsLife insurance rates are based on a variety of different factors that, when combined, go into determining the premium you’ll pay. Read more »

In Tow: New Rules and Regulations If Your Vehicle Is Towed in Ontario

In Tow: New Rules and Regulations If Your Vehicle Is Towed in OntarioIf you’re in need of a tow, you’re likely having a bad day already, but new rules and regulations in Ontario aim to ensure your bad day doesn’t get worse. Learn more about Ontario's new rules and regulations for towing and storage. Read more »

Usage-Based Insurance: What it is, How it Works [Updated]

More Canadian insurers are offering usage-based insurance today. But many consumers still have not yet fully embraced the technology. In this episode of #AskAnneMarie, we learn what is UBI, how it works and if it will really save them money in the long-run. Read more »

Get Ready, Snowbirds! Tips to Travel Safer This Winter

Get Ready, Snowbirds! Tips to Travel Safer This WinterSure, the snow may be a long way’s off but soon enough, dropping temperatures and that first sight of flurries may have us thinking of warmer climes. Whether you’re planning on being gone for one month or five months, here are some snowbird travel tips to keep in mind when getting ready for your break from winter. Read more »

Ontario’s Bill of Rights for Auto Insurance Consumers

Ontario’s Bill of Rights for Auto Insurance ConsumersDid you know that auto insurance in Ontario has been mandatory since 1979 ? A lot has changed since then. What hasn’t changed however, is that insurance is a two-way contract and while Ontario’s laws require you to have auto insurance if you own a vehicle, these laws also give you rights. Read more »

Long Weekend Safe Driving Tips

As the season of long weekends draws to a close, there are two things you can bank on as Canadians try to enjoy the last few days of summer: traffic (and lots of it) and a heavy police presence on the roads watching out for drivers who are impaired, distracted, behaving aggressively, or not wearing their seat belts.Don’t get caught…in traffic or by police this weekend with these 15 long weekend safe driving tips. Read more »

School Zone Safety: Keeping an Eye out for the Kids

Back-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 »

Live and Drive in Ontario? Prepare to Pay More.

Live and Drive in Ontario? Prepare to Pay More.It costs a lot to drive a car in Ontario. There’s auto insurance, fuel, gasoline and regular maintenance to name just a few expenses. Come September however, it’s going to get a bit more expensive as the fees to renew your driver’s licence and licence plate sticker are set to increase. Read more »

10 Mistakes Car Buyers Make When Buying New

10 Mistakes Car Buyers Make When Buying NewOutside of buying a home, a car will likely be the second biggest purchase you’ll make. Avoid making these 10 common mistakes when buying a new car, to avoid pangs of regret as your drive off in your new set of wheels. Read more »

Top 21 Fuel Efficient Vehicles of 2016

Top 21 Fuel Efficient Vehicles of 2016When shopping for a car, everyone has a checklist of requirements. There are many factors to consider when buying a new car, but it all comes down to your needs. From a growing family that needs a minivan, to replacing… Read more »

Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Home from Theft (Updated)

According to Statistics Canada, last year police-reported break-ins were up for the first time since 2003. Ten tips to keep your home safe from would-be thieves. Read more »

Car Maintenance 101: The Student Guide to Car Maintenance

Parents can be helpful whenever you need to take a look under the hood, check your tire pressure, or top up your oil, but if you’re packing up your car and heading off to college, upkeep may be a new responsibility. Follow these tips to keep your vehicle safe and running smoothly. Read more »

Dangerous Driving Blitz in Toronto’s 41 Division Kicks Off

Sign warning drivers to stop for pedestriansOfficers from 41 Division will be increasing enforcement in the area, especially at high-accident locations and intersections, to remind drivers to obey the rules of the road and to focus on driving, not their hand-held devices. Read more »

Best Back-To-School Cars for Students

Best Back-To-School Cars for StudentsSee which cars are at the head of the class and made the list as the best for back-to-school. Read more »

Hot Under the Collar Because of Your Car Insurance Premiums? Tips to Help You Save

Enjoy some cool summer savings on your car insurance with these hot tips. Read more »

Hot Tips: What To Do After a Car Accident [Updated]

The moments after a car accident can be overwhelming. Your car insurance coverage is in place to help you to recover from any losses you may suffer as a result, but it’s still important to know what to do and how to protect yourself when involved in an auto accident. Here are a few tips to help you after a collision. Read more »