Fault determination rules don’t just decide who’s responsible for a car accident. It can also affect auto insurance rates.
Canadians look upon electric vehicles favourably, but few are buying them. Will fast-charging infrastructure encourage drivers to switch from gas-powered cars to a hybrid or all-electric car?
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives and habits. As a result, cars are becoming more important and considered to be a safer mode of transportation.
What type of financial relief does your home or auto insurance provider offer you during the COVID-19 pandemic? A new InsuranceHotline.com survey has found that one in four Canadians, 55 and older, have received relief programs from their insurer.
An InsuranceHotline.com survey finds only one-quarter of Canadians are recipients of financial relief measures from car insurance companies during the coronavirus pandemic.
A stunt driving conviction carries significant penalties. Here’s what will happen if you or someone on your auto insurance policy is charged with stunt driving.
Get into a collision? Understand how fault is determined and what you need to do to ensure a satisfactory outcome.
Aviva Canada has further fine-tuned its COVID-19 auto insurance relief measures and has announced that beginning May 21, 2020, customers across Canada will see a temporary minimum rate reduction of approximately 15% per vehicle.
Demerit points are designed to encourage safe driving behaviour by holding drivers responsible for their actions on the road. So what happens to your car insurance premium if they are added to your driving record?
Want to know how clean your driving record is and what information it contains about you? For drivers in Ontario and Alberta, here’s what you need to know.