Being prepared for winter driving conditions can help you avoid traffic violations and collisions. Here’s how you can stay safe on wintry roads and maintain a low car insurance rate.
Many Canadians are gearing up to take advantage of Black Friday this week. But if you’re truly keen on saving money, take a closer look at your car insurance premium.
During the holidays, it’s likely you’ll have many expenses to spend your hard-earned money on, such as food and gifts. While auto insurance is a necessity, that doesn’t mean you should be paying more for it.
The key to preventing tragic traffic fatalities is instilling a skill set of safe driving practices in young drivers.
Don’t forget to turn your clocks back by one hour this weekend when daylight saving time ends on November 6 at 2 a.m. Though we may gain an hour of sleep, that one-hour change can come with negative effects when it comes to road safety.
Auto insurance rates don’t have to be frightening. Here are 13 tips to keep your insurance bill down. No tricks here, only treats.
The G1 licence is Ontario’s first level in a graduated licensing system that allows new drivers to learn the rules of the road. However, there are several conditions that separate a G1 licence from a full G licence.
Winter tires can be crucial to maintaining your car's performance, and your safety, in the colder months.
High-risk car insurance costs more than a standard policy for a reason. Drivers who require such a policy have marks on their driving record, but it’s still possible to save in the process of clearing your record.
Most tickets will indeed affect your auto insurance premium; however, there are four tickets that won’t cause a spike in your car insurance rate.