How we behave while driving can have serious consequences, perhaps a ticket or worse, a collision. Avoid the following five bad driving habits, and not only will you be a safer driver, but you'll also help keep your auto insurance premium in check.
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.
An InsuranceHotline.com survey finds that Canadian drivers are like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. On the one hand, 95% of respondents admit to occasionally being aggressive and road rage-like when driving, while on the other hand, 94% consider themselves courteous drivers.
Who doesn't like a little trivia? There are trivia enthusiasts everywhere, including here at InsuranceHotline.com. We're also keen on all things insurance (obviously), and we've pulled together 10 questions we're confident will answer the question: Are you up to the challenge?
A roundup of insurers this week who are providing details on their next wave of financial measures to help their auto insurance policyholders weather the COVID-19 storm.
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.
When purchasing auto insurance or home insurance, you’ll need to decide how much your deductibles should be. Make the right choice by asking yourself a few key questions.
How bad are the roads in your neck of the woods? If you live in Alberta or Ontario, you might think the roads are especially bad. However, compared to what drivers in Nova Scotia and Quebec must endure, you’ve got it pretty good.
Everyone knows your driving record and insurance history factor heavily into the auto insurance premium you pay. But what happens to your premiums if you submit an insurance claim?
As more people take to their bicycles, some cyclists may be surprised to learn that they can be ticketed for traffic offences, just like drivers, and face the same fines.