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You know that feeling when you find out you’re getting a really good deal? Maybe it’s bold for us to say, but, we think you’ll be feeling it in about five to 10 minutes. How can we be so sure? Well, on average, InsuranceHotline.com shoppers save $700* after comparing car insurance quotes with us. And, all it takes is a few minutes to compare quotes from our network of over 30 insurance providers.
Let’s do this! It’s super simple.

1. Tell us about yourself

We’ll need to know about your vehicle and driving experience.

2. Compare your rates

Compare quotes from more than 30 insurance providers.

3. Save money

Choose from your list of great rates. It pays to shop around.

Why You Should Shop for Car Insurance at InsuranceHotline.com

Save money

On average, shoppers save $700 after comparing car insurance quotes with us.

Save time

All it takes is a few minutes to compare quotes from our network of over 30 insurers.

There’s no cost to you

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It’s easy and quick

Tell us a little about yourself and your car in three easy steps. That’s really all there is to it!

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We respect your privacy

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Frequently Asked Questions

It all starts with your postal code. Enter your postal code into the box and click "START A QUOTE". From there, we'll ask you about:
  1. Your vehicle and things like your annual kilometres driven
  2. Your driving and insurance history
  3. Discounts that you may be eligible to receive
That's it, you're done! And, once done, you'll instantly see the lowest rate available from our network of over 30 insurance companies, along with all your other quotes.
Most of what you'll need to get a quote, you'll know off the top of your head. For example, the make, model and year of the vehicle you drive. Additional information you'll be asked about includes:
  • The type of license you hold and how long you've had it
  • How long you've been insured
  • Any tickets or accidents you've had, and the approximate date
If you don't know exact dates or details, your best estimate will do initially.
It really doesn't take that long, about 5 to 10 minutes. Then, once done, you’ll instantly see the lowest rate available from our network of over 30 insurance companies, along with all your other quotes.
That's really up to you. If it's a great rate - and we're confident it will be - you'll be asked to provide your contact details and an insurance representative will get in touch with you. You can also call in to secure your rate if you're ready to chat about it. On the other hand, if you're not interested in the quote you got, then there's no need for you to do anything extra.

What Real People Save at InsuranceHotline.com

Insurance is funny, in a weird sort of way, because rates can vary wildly between insurance companies. That’s why it’s so important to shop around, because the quote you get from one company can be significantly higher (or lower) than the quote you get from another.

Savings: $418
Driver: 42 Female
From: Newmarket, Ontario
Driving: 2014 Toyota RAV4


Savings: $854
Driver: 40 Male
From: Toronto, Ontario
Driving: 2014 Hyundai Sonata


Savings: $890
Driver: 34 Female
From: Etobicoke, Ontario
Driving: 2014 Cadillac CTS


Savings: $833
Driver: 27 Male
From: Whitby, Ontario
Driving: 2011 BMW 328i


Savings: $861
Driver: 31 Male
From: Edmonton, Alberta
Driving: 2015 Toyota Corolla


Insider Tips on How You Can Save Money and Get Cheap Car Insurance

Shop around

On average, InsuranceHotline.com shoppers save $700 after comparing car insurance quotes with us.

Increase your deductibles

Save five to 10 per cent by increasing your deductibles to $1,000 if they’re currently sitting at $500.

Pay your premiums all at once

Pay your premiums annually, instead of monthly, to avoid administrative fees that often come with monthly payments.

Bundle your policies

Save five to 15 per cent when you buy your home insurance from the same company that covers your car.

Insure all vehicles, together

If you have more than one set of wheels, save up to 10 to 20 per cent by insuring them on the same policy.

Change your tires seasonally

Let your insurer know if you have winter tires. A winter tire discount could save you about five per cent.

Review your policy annually

Each year, review your optional coverages. If they’re no longer needed, this is one way to shave off some costs.

Ask about discounts

There are oodles of discounts. Ask your provider about the ones they offer. You never know what you might find.

School’s cool

Encourage young drivers to take driver’s training. The insurance savings typically offsets the cost of the course, in the first year.

A Lot Can Happen over the Course of the Year. Why Wait Until Renewal to Shop Around?

A lot can happen over the course of a year that could have a direct impact on what you pay for your coverage. Don’t wait until it’s time to renew to see if you could be saving money today. Shop around and compare rates anytime you have to call your insurer to update your policy, because if there’s a chance your rates may change there’s a chance you can be save money with a different insurer.

  • Marriage
  • Adding teen drivers
  • Moving
  • Tickets and collisions
  • Buying a new car
  • Retiring

About Buying Auto Insurance in Canada

No matter where you are in Canada, if you plan to drive you must have auto insurance. But, while this law is consistent coast-to-coast, how you get the coverage you need is not.

From Private Companies From the Government A bit of both: Quebec
Drivers who live in the following provinces must purchase coverage from a private insurance company:

Drivers who live in the following three provinces must purchase their auto insurance through a government-run agency:

  • British Columbia
  • Saskatchewan
  • Manitoba
The Quebec auto insurance model is a bit different than the rest. Some components of a Quebec driver’s coverage are rolled into their driver’s licence and vehicle registration fees.

Other components however, must be purchased from a private insurer. These components include: the civil liability coverage (which is mandatory) and optional coverages (like collision and comprehensive).

Get Car Insurance Quotes to Compare for a Better Rate and Coverage

Compare car insurance quotes today; it’s the best way to lower your car insurance rate and find a policy that fits your needs best.

*Based on quotes completed on InsuranceHotline.com from Jan 2015-Dec 2015. Average savings amount represents the difference between the consumers’ current premium entered in the quote and the lowest premium quotes on InsuranceHotline.com.

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