It's a beautiful Saturday morning and you decide to take your car out for a spin. But when you open your front door, you discover your vehicle has been stolen right from your own driveway. Immediately you ask yourself "out of all the cars in the world, why steal mine?"

There is no specific age when a person is legally required to stop driving. It's important to understand getting older doesn't necessarily turn people into bad drivers. Drivers between the ages of 55 and 70 have the lowest rate of collisions of any group in Canada as presented at the Aging Driver Mobility Forum in Toronto. However, once over the age of 75, the collision rate is similar to that of young beginner drivers.

When planning a vacation, most people search for the cheapest airline ticket and for a hotel with the best reviews, but the majority of vacation planners fail to take the necessary precautions to secure their home. Thieves prey on homes that appear unoccupied for extended periods of time.

New and Improved NewsletterWelcome to your new and improved newsletter, the InsuranceHotline.com Insider. A special thank you and congratulations is owed to Ross M., the...

New and Improved Newsletter Coming Soon We at InsuranceHotline.com are committed to bringing you an informative, entertaining and useful newsletter every month. You will notice the June 2008 edition has a brand new name (InsuranceHotline.com Insider), an improved and enhanced design, more relevant stories, driving tips and...

5 Simple Ways to Combat Soaring Gas PricesDoes it seem like a distant memory when $30 bought you a full tank of gas? Economists predict gas prices will jump to a staggering $1.40 per litre by this summer. But by making just a few changes today, you can...

CAR INSURANCE MARCH 19, 2008 Calling 911

Ever wondered what you're supposed to do if you find yourself at the scene of an accident after 911 has already been alerted?

Does your home insurance policy cover you if a guest or household employee falls and injures themselves on your property and sues you for damages?