Because of the coronavirus and our country’s measures to reduce the spread of infection, we are staying home and driving less. Here’s how you may be able to reduce your car insurance premium in the interim.
Your car gets you safely everywhere you want to go, but it requires that you take good care of it in order to keep it running right.
Everyone fears losing their loyalty discount on car insurance. After all, it’s taken you years to earn it. And while it's true, your loyalty discount can result in a great car insurance rate, you shouldn't let the idea of being loyal to an insurance company cost you money over the long haul. Here’s why.
Everyone has an extra spring in their step now that winter is behind us, but your home and car may be a bit sluggish. Now that the weather is warmer, InsuranceHotline.com has listed areas to target that may be in need of some TLC.
Whether you are travelling outside of Canada or have plans to do so in the future, make sure you understand how COVID-19 may affect your travel insurance policy.
It’s more than a house, it’s your home. It’s where you live and where life happens, which is why your home insurance policy is set up to take all of this into consideration and more.
Spring is the time of year when we start shedding layers—mitts, hats, gloves, scarves and jackets. But, it’s also the ideal time to see if you can shed some unwanted expenses. Spring clean your car insurance with a new lower rate today.
When you’re in a collision, who decides if a car is worth repairing or if it should be written-off?
With March Break just around the corner and the kids preparing for a week away from school, drivers are reminded to drive more carefully and with extra vigilance.
The penalties for a distracted driving conviction are severe and may increase your auto insurance by as much as 25%. Are Canadians getting the message?