Is pothole damage covered by insurers?
If you’re a driver in Canada, you’ve likely done it: Hit a gaping pothole on the road. But when you hit a really big one and it damages your car, does your auto insurance cover it and can the city be held liable?Read More
Driving data may drive down premiums
Looking for a way to reduce your insurance premiums? Telematics may be the answer.Read More
What you need to know about cancelling your car insurance policy early
When it comes to auto insurance, making the switch to a new company is always an option. Whether you’re unhappy with your rates or some other aspect of your insurance, there are a few things you should know before making the leap.Read More
Police don’t have to prove vehicle uninsured: Ruling
When an Ontario motorist fails to produce proof of insurance and is charged as a result, police do not have to prove the vehicle is uninsured, according to a recent court ruling.Read More
Is no-fault auto insurance the panacea?
No-fault insurance is not a magic bullet that is going to solve the auto liability problem, but it can be helpful to insurers, provided that the coverage is not too generous, said the head of Canada’s largest property and casualty insurer.Read More