If you think you were given incorrect information about what financial relief measures your insurance company is offering during the pandemic, turn to the insurer’s ombuds office, Anne Marie says.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a spike in insurance fraud, and it’s probably going to get worse before it gets better. Learn what to look out for and how to avoid it.
As the pandemic and economic shutdown drag on, you might need to find ways to reduce your monthly expenses. Here are a few ideas.
Four Canadian insurers are enhancing their rate relief programs to assist consumers during the coronavirus pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives and habits. As a result, cars are becoming more important and considered to be a safer mode of transportation.
What type of financial relief does your home or auto insurance provider offer you during the COVID-19 pandemic? A new InsuranceHotline.com survey has found that one in four Canadians, 55 and older, have received relief programs from their insurer.
An InsuranceHotline.com survey finds only one-quarter of Canadians are recipients of financial relief measures from car insurance companies during the coronavirus pandemic.
A stunt driving conviction carries significant penalties. Here’s what will happen if you or someone on your auto insurance policy is charged with stunt driving.
The May long weekend is usually the unofficial kick-off to summer. It’s a time when friends and family pack their cars and head up to the cottage, whether it’s their own or that of a buddy’s. But, a new suggests that many Canadians appear to be choosing to stay at home.
CAA Insurance has further enhanced its COVID-19 relief measures. On April 9, 2020, CAA originally announced they were dropping their Ontario auto insurance and home insurance rates by 10%. Today, CAA Insurance announced that they would be also offering policyholders a $100 Auto Insurance Relief Benefit.