Virtually everyone has had a close call but occasionally a near miss turns into a direct hit.
Auto insurance rates in Alberta are on the move. The province’s auto insurance regulator, the Automobile Insurance Rate Board (AIRB), has approved several Alberta car insurance rate changes that came into effect during the first three months of 2021.
From the roof to the basement to the outdoor living space and the garage, many things go into your home insurance rate. And, just like auto insurance, home insurance rates can vary substantially between insurers for the same home at the same address. But what affects your home insurance rate specifically?
A roundup of insurers this week who are providing details on their next wave of financial measures to help their auto insurance policyholders weather the COVID-19 storm.
Ontario auto insurance rates remain flat in the first three months of the year, but more new lower rates may be forthcoming.
With lockdowns happening again in several parts of Canada, in-person used car shopping is more complicated, and many are turning to online buying instead.
Getting your driver’s licence has never been easy, but it’s especially difficult during a pandemic.
Your auto insurance is determined, in part, by the drivers listed on your policy. But who exactly should be listed on your policy? Do you need to add your neighbour who occasionally borrows your SUV when they shop at Costco? Do you need to include your teen driver who only has their learner’s permit?
Will Eglinton Avenue East in Toronto repeat as Ontario’s worst road? CAA wants you to nominate the road you love to hate most.
Who is at fault? It’s a common question Anne Marie receives; in fact, it’s probably the most popular one of them all. Find out who is at fault for rear-ending another vehicle during inclement weather.