While where you park your car overnight might not affect your insurance premium, it can mean a small amount of savings on your insurance rate.
You never know when you’re going to need a tow. That’s why it’s always good to have a plan in place before you find yourself helplessly stuck in a ditch. Most drivers rely on automotive clubs like CAA or tow truck companies to provide roadside help, but there are ways your insurance company may be able to help.
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Just starting the graduated licensing system in Ontario? Learn what goes into getting your G1 and the licensing requirements and restrictions.
Marriage can lower your auto premium. But if your partner has a poor driving record, it could make finding an affordable rate challenging.
If you don’t plan on using your car for an extended period, you could save money by pushing pause on your insurance policy.
While home insurance and mortgage insurance sound similar, they are completely different and address two different insurance needs. Let's have a look at each one and explain the differences.
Don’t be surprised if your insurance company wants to pay a visit after you move in and get home insurance.
A depreciation waiver ensures that you’re able to replace your damaged or stolen car with a new one or a vehicle of otherwise comparable value.
You may think your property insurance will cover everything that happens in your home, but there are times when it won't.
The Loss of Use endorsement temporarily covers an alternative method of travel if your vehicle were to experience physical damage. Here's how it works.