Have a G1 and want to get your G2? Learn what's involved in getting your G2 and the licensing requirements and restrictions.
Your licence class impacts how much you pay for premiums in Ontario. Find out when the best time to get auto insurance is.
OPCF 44R and SEF 44 is an optional endorsement that protects you and your family members if the other party is underinsured.
Settled in and ready to buy your first car in Canada? Here's what it means — and how — to be adequately covered when driving.
Insurance companies look at your vehicle use and annual mileage to price your auto insurance policy.
Multi-vehicle discounts can make insurance premiums friendlier on your wallet and simplify insurance management in Canada. Find out if you qualify.
While where you park your car overnight might not affect your insurance premium, it can mean a small amount of savings on your insurance rate.
Just starting the graduated licensing system in Ontario? Learn what goes into getting your G1 and the licensing requirements and restrictions.
Marriage can lower your auto premium. But if your partner has a poor driving record, it could make finding an affordable rate challenging.
If you don’t plan on using your car for an extended period, you could save money by pushing pause on your insurance policy.