Alberta insurance companies look at a driver's record, location, and type of car to determine premium rates. Here's how to find the best coverage.
As the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown continues to force Canadians to stay at home, Economical Insurance has announced it will be giving its auto insurance policyholders an “enhanced annual kilometres discount”.
Auto insurance rate refunds will soon be available to Unica’s personal vehicle policyholders.
From Allstate Canada to Zenith Insurance, insurance companies across Canada have approached the COVID-19 insurance relief measures differently. The lowdown on auto insurance rebate measures during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Drivers going 205 km/hour in a 40 km/h zone. A vehicle travelling at a speed of 170 km/hour in a posted 80 km/hour zone. A driver doing donuts in downtown Toronto at the intersection of Yonge and Dundas Streets (Toronto’s version of Times Square). Add it all up and what have you got?
Intact Insurance says since they originally announced their COVID-19 customer relief measures in March, they’ve helped more than 220,000 customers with payment flexibility and premium adjustment options to help offset the financial stresses that have come with the pandemic. These measures have so far resulted in more than $88 million in relief for the company’s existing customers.
As the Alberta government mulls decriminalizing drunk driving, questions abound whether or not it will reduce impaired driving, and how it may impact the cost of car insurance.
Right-of-way determines which driver has the right to proceed first, and failure to obey right-of-way is the cause of a lot of car accidents. Knowing who has right-of-way and when you should yield it to another driver can help traffic flow more smoothly and reduce crashes.
Car insurance customers will get a 25% credit on one month’s auto insurance premium from the insurer to help relieve financial challenges during the coronavirus lockdown.
From payment deferrals to a break on insurance premium prices, a list of what auto insurance companies are doing to help their clients in need during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.