Ontario’s plan to scrap out-of-country health insurance coverage through the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) is now in effect. As of January 1, 2020, what little coverage the program for emergency medical services provided Ontario travellers while outside of the country is no longer available.
Some cars simply can’t handle all four seasons. They’re reserved for days when it’s warm, sunny, and free of the snow, slush, and salt that plague Canada’s roads in the winter. For these cars, it makes perfect sense to store them over the winter. But do you need to keep insurance coverage for your car for the full year if you have a car that’s pampered during the off-season?
Lying to your auto insurer can seem like a good idea at the time, but it can cause higher premiums, denied claims, cancelled policies, and legal trouble.
After a winter break filled with good memories, soon students will be back in class. It’s also at this time when students, and parents of students, reconsider the transportation needs of getting to class, home, and back again.
Car insurance policies can be confusing, but it's important to fully understand your auto insurance policy and feel comfortable that you have the appropriate and necessary coverage to protect you in the case of an accident or injury. The following article will briefly explain the components of your car insurance policy in Ontario.
Boxing Day is synonymous with saving money (even though you’re spending it to do so). Why not spend a few minutes instead to see if you could save money on your car insurance?
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If you have Accident Forgiveness with your current provider, do you know how much you're paying for it?
What’s in store in 2020 when it’s time to renew your auto insurance policy.
Every parent wants to make sure their teen is safe and sound behind the wheel. But how do you know which model is the safest for your teen driver and most cost-effective?