If you visit another province and drive someone else’s vehicle, whose insurance is protecting you if you get into an accident? Anne Marie has the answer.
So you married a bad driver. Here are five ways to keep your rates low despite having a driver on your policy who has a poor driving record.
Thousands of vehicles are stolen in Canada annually. But that doesn’t mean you have to be a victim and make it easy for thieves. Here are a dozen ways you can up your car’s security and keep your car insurance rate low.
Car insurance rates change frequently. Comparing quotes from a broad range of insurers is the only way to know if your existing premium is as low as it can be.
As your family gets ready to celebrate the festive season, make it a memorable one for all the right reasons both at home and when behind the wheel with these holiday safety tips.
Being prepared to drive in the wintertime can help you avoid being charged with a traffic violation or get into a collision. Here’s how you can stay safe on wintry roads.
If you’re looking for ways to reduce your car insurance costs, you might want to take a look at signing up for either a pay-as-you-go or pay-how-you-drive insurance program.
Taking the time to shop your existing rate and policy instead of automatically renewing it gives you a chance to find out whether or not you can get the same protection from another insurer at a lower price.
Some insurers now offer coverage for COVID-19 to Canadian travellers but is it a good idea to travel at this time? Here’s what 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.