Category: Auto Insurance

How To Keep Your New Car's Value As Long As Possible

Buying a new car requires a substantial investment today—one you will want to protect. According to the Kelly Blue Book, new car prices are currently averaging: $20,000 for a small car $25,000 for a midsize car $26,000 for a small SUV $32,000 for a minivan $33,000 for a midsize SUV $39,000 for a small luxury car If you have recently purchased a new vehicle or...

4 Questions You Should Ask Before Buying an Insurance Policy

Home, health, renter's, auto or life insurance -- don't buy any of these policies without knowing the answers to these questions. Insurance protects you from life's calamities. You want to make sure you have the right coverage so an accident, illness, or other disaster doesn't lead to financial ruin -- but how exactly can you figure out what policy is the right one? No matter...

Staying Safe When Passing A Roadside Accident

Accidents on the road can cause traffic congestion and delay your travels. They can also create hazardous conditions that lead to additional wrecks. The following are some tips for keeping yourself and your passengers safe when you encounter a roadside accident, construction, or other delays on the road. Don’t Get Distracted If You Are Stuck In Traffic A wreck on the highway, road construction, lane...

Car Insurance 2019: What You Need To Know And How These 5 Factors Determine Your Car Insurance Premium

A recent report stated in the first half of 2018, motor insurers booked in $12 million in underwriting losses, despite the total number of accidents dropping by 4.3%. Industry watchers pointed to an increase in private-car hires and use of personal mobility devices as the cause of a 12% spike in motor insurance claims, which saw the motor insurance industry taking its first-ever loss since...

Five ways to navigate an insurance claim

Braxton Hicks contractions, signs of false labour, hit me like a freight train two weeks ago. Never having been through childbirth before, my fiancé and I assumed that this was the “big event,” so I grabbed a change of clothes and made my way down the street to the car. In my frantic state, with my fiancé thousands of kilometres away in Edmonton but joining...