October is Car Safety Month which means it’s time to make sure you and your vehicle are ready for the winter season ahead. And while it may seem like it’s too soon to be thinking about winter, a little car care today will go a long way toward improving the safety and dependability of your vehicle before the snow flies.
If you’ve never seen a moose, they’re impressive, but there’s one spot where you never want to see them: on or near a road that you’re travelling on.
Auto insurance is compulsory in Canada. This is the minimum mandatory auto insurance required per province and the average insurance premium.
Hurricane Dorian is another example of how the changing climate is increasing the financial toll on homeowners as well as insurance providers.
In advance of the federal Canadian election, all major parties have released detailed climate change platforms. Here's what they have to say.
Leasing and financing are the two methods by which most people purchase a new car. Both involve making monthly payments, and in both cases an outside company has a stake in the vehicle. This means that they have an interest in protecting that vehicle, and it does relate to how your car is insured...
Older parents are increasingly moving into their adult chidren's home as the age. If your parent is moving in with you there's lots to consider: privacy, safety, security, emotional needs, and renovation costs, to name just a few.
G1 licensed drivers have to follow a lot of rules, but are there restrictions on how long, or how far, a G1 driver can drive? Find out.
Have a G1 and want to get your G2? Learn what's involved in getting your G2 and the licensing requirements and restrictions.
Omitting crashes or tickets from your driving history could lead to issues making future claims.