After an accident many drivers are not certain what they should do or if it is necessary to involve the police. Reporting an accident to the police is required in Alberta when a few basic circumstances exist at the scene of the accident.
After a car accident, you may be unsure of what to do next. How a car accident is handled in Ontario depends on a few factors.
Parking lot accidents happen. Though usually minor, they can affect your car insurance premium just as much as any other accident.
More Canadian insurance providers are offering usage-based insurance today. But many consumers still have not yet fully embraced the technology or savings.
Buying your first car is an important milestone that must be approached with careful preparation. Follow these 13 tips to help you find a suitable and safe car that fits your wants, needs… and your budget.
Before purchasing a vehicle from a dealership, do your research. Asking the right questions and considering all costs can prevent you from being swayed into a sale.
When the weather changes, the road conditions can worsen. Parents can help keep their young drivers safe on the road with these simple tips.
Here's why you should notify your home insurance provider when renovating or creating a dedicated side hustle space in your home.
Whether you’ve moved from another province or from outside Canada, here’s what you’ll need to know to get your Ontario driver’s licence as a new resident.
If a tree falls on your property, does an insurance company hear it? Learn how to handle fallen trees under different circumstances.