If you are curious whether past issues like speeding tickets or minor accidents are still on your file, order a copy of your driving report from your provincial government. Here’s how to do it if you live in Ontario or Alberta, including what types of documents you can order, and what they cost.
Many Canadians are gearing up to take advantage of Black Friday this week. But if you’re truly keen on saving money, take a closer look at what your car insurance premium is.
A clean driving record gives you more choices for finding a competitive rate for the coverages you need. Our data shows the difference in premiums drivers with clean records can get versus drivers who have an at-fault accident on their records.
Depending on where you live in Canada, some insurers will check your credit score, and it can potentially influence the premium you get.
Toronto is the first city in Ontario to have traffic agents on its streets to monitor drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians to help improve the flow of traffic and reduce collisions. The agents are empowered to issue tickets for traffic violations.
Collisions between wildlife and vehicles can be extremely traumatic and can have deadly outcomes for both people and animals. Here are some tips on how to minimize the possibility, and information on insurance coverage in the unfortunate event that it does happen.
Baffled by how your auto insurance premium is determined? Find out what kind of things insurers look at when coming up with your rate.
Winter is upon us. It’s time to think about getting your car ready for winter driving as well as packing an emergency winter car kit with all the things you may need if you’re stranded at the side of the road.
Some traffic violations can have a long-term impact on your driving record and insurance premium.
Parking lot collisions are a common occurrence in Canada. Anne Marie explains what happens if your parked vehicle is damaged by another driver in a public lot.