Driving

Do I need commercial auto insurance?

If you own a business or have a fleet of vehicles, you may already have commercial auto insurance. If you are an individual or small business owner, the need for commercial auto insurance may be not be as clear. If you answer yes to the following questions, you may...

Ontario’s new distracted driving law takes effect Jan. 1, 2019

On January 1, 2019, a section of The Cannabis, Smoke-Free Ontario and Road Safety Statute Law Amendment Act that deals with distracted driving will take effect. According to the Government of Ontario website, deaths from collisions caused by distracted driving have...

Auto insurance rates and postal code discrimination

Auto insurance rates have been a hot political topic in Ontario for many years. For instance, one or more political parties have promised the reduction of auto insurance rates as part of their election platforms. These ideas include Government run insurance systems...
Exploding sunroof incidents on the rise

Exploding sunroof incidents on the rise

Exploding sunroofs may sound like a rare occurrence but the number of incidents are increasing due to several factors. First, sunroofs have become larger and sometimes encompass the entire vehicle roof. The larger the sunroof, the harder it is to ensure it won't...

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Top 5 myths about car insurance

Top 5 myths about car insurance

Breaking down some of the most common myths about car insurance. Red cars cost more to insure than any other color of vehicle. Contrary to popular belief, the color of your car has no impact on your premium, so driving a red car does not mean you’ll pay more for car...

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Staged Accident Videos

Staged Accident Videos

The National Insurance Crime Prevention Bureau in the United States along with the Los Angeles Police Department has created a series of videos showing the common methods used to stage accidents. “Staged or deliberately caused accidents continue to be a problem across...

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