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Auto insurance is a bill everyone would like to see reduced, and fortunately, there are ways to cut your car insurance costs. A few simple changes — some you can make with ease, others that might happen on their own — can save you a lot of money.
Insurers use several factors to determine Ontario car insurance rates. Here's a breakdown of what contributes to your premium.
In the face of a collision (or avoiding one), some vehicles are safer than others. Every year, the U.S.-based Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recognizes the vehicles that perform best in a bad situation.
Travelers Canada says it is dropping its Ontario auto insurance rates. The new lower rates could save drivers as much as 10% for low mileage policies. Policyholders will also benefit from 25% credit on one month’s premium.
Province aims to regulate Ontario tow truck industry to improve road safety for drivers.
Car insurance policies can be confusing, but it's important to fully understand your auto insurance policy and feel comfortable you have the coverage to protect you in the case of an accident or injury. There are many components to your car insurance in Ontario, and we’ll explain each – with as little insurance jargon as possible -- to provide clarity on the terms you need to know.
Focus on safety first if you’re involved in an auto accident but gather as many details for insurance purposes and never admit blame.
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