When it comes to an auto collision, someone is always going to be found responsible for causing it.However, when it comes to insurance, fault is not assigned by police attending the scene; instead, it is set out by regulation.
There are a variety of rules that a G1 licensed driver must follow, but is whether the required accompanying driver has Ontario car insurance one of them? Anne Marie explains.
If you're moving to Alberta from Ontario (or vice versa) how much information is shared between the two provinces as it relates to your driving record and insurance history. Anne Marie explains.
Is there ever an occasion when it's okay to drive without insurance? Anne Marie explains.
Who is at fault? It’s a common question Anne Marie receives; in fact, it’s probably the most popular one of them all. Find out who is at fault for rear-ending another vehicle during inclement weather.
Who does accident forgiveness benefit? Anne Marie explains.
When a collision occurs when someone is making a left-hand turn, it’s often because that person isn’t paying close enough attention to oncoming traffic. This however may not be the case in this particular situation.
If you drive a vehicle that is not registered in your name and want to get insurance for it, what do you do? Anne Marie knows which way to turn.
Not sure how long ago that accident was? Anne Marie Thomas tells you how you can go about getting a copy of your insurance history that will detail your history of auto collisions.
Can an auto insurance pricing adjustment be made once the deal is locked in? Anne Marie explains.