Maybe your teenager just passed her driving test and is now a G1-licenced driver. Or perhaps your university-going son and G-licenced driver is back home for the summer. If you have young drivers in your household, who are using your vehicles, then this means they’re on your insurance policy, which may have you concerned. What does this mean for your rates? And what potential consequences could your kids cause to your good record? … read more
As a driver, you already know there are consequences for breaking the rules of the road — but do you know the difference between a minor and major infraction? Or what about how convictions can influence your insurance rates? … read more
Keeping your insurance rate low starts with keeping a clean driving record, which is free of tickets and accidents, and one of the best ways to do that is to practice safe driving habits. With summer finally here, it’s especially important to stay smart and aware while on the road. School’s out, kids are taking to the streets to play, and it’s your duty as a driver to follow good driving practices. … read more
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