Auto insurance rates in Ontario to increase the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) reports. See what's expected to happen to Ontario car insurance rates in the months ahead.
Canadians 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.
Alberta’s Automobile Insurance Rate Board releases its latest filing decisions. See how much your Alberta auto insurance rate could be changing in the months ahead.
Ontario’s graduated licensing system has three levels, designed to prepare drivers for the road. Understanding the differences and restrictions at each level makes it easier to navigate the graduated system. G1, G2 and the full G licence are the three stages...
What happens when a G1 licensed driver gets into an accident and their driving alone?
Every day across Canada, an average of 232 vehicles are stolen. In a year, 24,000 cars are swiped in Ontario alone. But where in Ontario is it particularly important to be on guard against car thieves?
Your son or daughter is ready to get their licence and get behind the wheel, but how can you make sure they're prepared? Start by choosing the right driving school to ensure that they get the training they'll need. Not only will this help to set your mind at ease, but, as an added bonus, it could help you save on your auto insurance premiums too.
Looking to get an online insurance quote without divulging any personal information? You likely won’t have much luck as online insurance quotes are only as accurate as the information provided. The good news is that only the information needed to give you your quotes is requested. No unnecessary questions are asked and it typically takes as little as 5 to 10 minutes on InsuranceHotline.com. Learn more.
Ontario’s plan to scrap out-of-country health insurance coverage through the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) is now in effect. As of January 1, 2020, what little coverage the program for emergency medical services provided Ontario travellers while outside of the country is no longer available.
Some cars simply can’t handle all four seasons. They’re reserved for days when it’s warm, sunny, and free of the snow, slush, and salt that plague Canada’s roads in the winter. For these cars, it makes perfect sense to store them over the winter. But do you need to keep insurance coverage for your car for the full year if you have a car that’s pampered during the off-season?