As the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown continues to force Canadians to stay at home, Economical Insurance has announced it will be giving its auto insurance policyholders an “enhanced annual kilometres discount”.
When you move, your insurance rates - for both your home insurance and car insurance - will change. But whether you pay more or less for your coverage will vary, learn why.
CAA Insurance has extended some of its COVID-19 relief measures into 2021. What can you expect from them?
When are you more likely to be in a collision, during the morning or evening rush hour? In February, April or July? Take the InsuranceHotline.com (Road) Test to find out.
After the COVID-19 pandemic became a fact of life in 2020, the average distances many motorists drove may have decreased compared to one year earlier. We wanted to find out which Ontario drivers logged fewer klicks.
Changes to Ontario's usage-based insurance programs are on their way and could affect how much you pay for your policy.
Victims of a fall due to snow or ice no longer have two years to decide if they want to pursue legal action; now it must be done within 60 days
After a minor fender bender, you might think it makes sense to pay for the damage out of pocket and avoid the potential rate increase on your car insurance. While this might seem like a good idea at the time, it’s important to know that there are possible repercussions to this decision that could come back to haunt you.
Take a short quiz to test your familiarity with some of what you’ll find in the Driver’s Guide to Operation, Safety and Licensing.
If you had to do it all over again, could you pass the written test for Ontario’s G1 learner’s permit?