Everyone has an extra little spring in their step now that winter is officially behind us, but chances are your home and car are a bit sluggish. Now that the snow is cleared and the weather is getting warmer, it’s time to give both some TLC.
Fewer insurance claims equal lower auto insurance rates, says Aviva Canada.
Buying a new car can be costly, and when forking over that type of cash, most drivers expect to be happy with their wheels for years to come. However, not all new cars are trouble-free. Some vehicles have transmission troubles, make weird noises, squeak, leak, or require more than their fair share of maintenance.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, Intact and belairdirect are offering its auto insurance customers one month’s worth of premium relief. Here’s what you need to know.
Some Canadians (16%) are contemplating travelling this spring break, despite being urged to stay home and stay local.
Many factors determine your car insurance rate, but the one that rankles Toronto drivers is the one that takes into account where you live. The fact is, Toronto is one of the most expensive cities for auto insurance in the province.
CAA Insurance has announced the next round of rate relief for their Ontario auto insurance policyholders - a 15% auto insurance rate reduction on a one-year policy.
Smile for the camera if your need for speed is too much to resist. Toronto is set to move its photo radar speed cameras to new locations.
Depending on the type of car you drive and how often, you’re likely spending $1,000 to $2,000 a year on fuel. It’s a significant cost, which is why many drivers look to buy a vehicle that sips gas (or electricity) rather than guzzling it.
Driving in the fog can be stressful, but delaying your trip until the fog clears isn’t always possible. See what you should, and shouldn't do, to ensure a safe ride when driving through a foggy patch.