The Insider - July 2010

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Upcoming Changes To Your Car Insurance Policy

Effective September 1, 2010, when new laws are being introduced by the Ontario government, Ontario consumers will have more choices when it come to their car insurance coverage and premiums. In fact, you may have already received a letter in the mail from your insurance company which includes a brief description of these changes. To help you better understand the most important changes and your options, we've summarized the major coverage categories of your policy and how they will be affected when the new laws come into effect. ... read more


How To Protect Your Valuables

If disaster were to strike and all of the valuables in your home were stolen, would you be able to report the details of all your belongings to your insurance company? You likely have some idea of all the valuables in your home and their appropriate costs, but do you have all of the necessary supporting documentation? Moreover, do you know which of your valuables are covered under your policy? To make sure you are prepared in the event of a loss follow these key steps. ... read more

Demerit Points And Your Insurance Rate

Believe it or not getting a ticket for speeding just 10 km per hour over the limit can cost you a lot more in the long run than paying a minor fine. Unfortunately, the relationship between tickets, demerit points and your insurance rates is misunderstood by many drivers. However, the relationship is an important one given the impact it can have on your driving record and the amount you pay for your insurance. ... read more


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