Blog Category: Car Insurance

Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

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Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

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IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

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The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

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Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

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Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

Innovation

Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

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IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

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Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

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Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

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Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

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Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

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Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

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Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

Read More

Categories:

Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

Read More

Categories:

IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

Read More

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Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

Innovation

Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

Read More

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IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

Read More

Categories:

Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

Read More

Categories:

Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

Read More

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Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-24.jpg

Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

Read More

Categories:

Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

Read More

Categories:

IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

Innovation

Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

Read More

Categories:

Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

Read More

Categories:

Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-24.jpg

Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

Read More

Categories:

Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

Read More

Categories:

IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

Innovation

Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

Read More

Categories:

Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

Read More

Categories:

Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-24.jpg

Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

Read More

Categories:

Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

Read More

Categories:

IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

Innovation

Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

Read More

Categories:

Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

Read More

Categories:

Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-24.jpg

Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

Read More

Categories:

Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

Read More

Categories:

IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

Innovation

Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

Read More

Categories:

Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

Read More

Categories:

Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-24.jpg

Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

Read More

Categories:

Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

Read More

Categories:

IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

Innovation

Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

Read More

Categories:

Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

Read More

Categories:

Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-24.jpg

Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

Read More

Categories:

Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

Read More

Categories:

IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

Innovation

Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

Read More

Categories:

Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

Read More

Categories:

Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-24.jpg

Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

Read More

Categories:

Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

Read More

Categories:

IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

Innovation

Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

Read More

Categories:

Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

Read More

Categories:

Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-24.jpg

Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Insurance debuts photo assessment system for auto claims

By: Luke Jones|June 18, 2019|6:32 pm

Intact-Insurance

Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurance provider has announced a new claims assessment model. Intact Insurance says its new solution allows photo estimating services through a virtual claims system….

Read More

Categories:

Why standard auto insurance may not be enough for your RV

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|2:25 pm

RV

As spring transitions into summer and the warm clear weather arrives, motorists around Canada will be taking to the RVs to explore the nations roads and campsites. However, are many…

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IBAA announces taskforce to tackle auto insurance problems in Alberta

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|1:04 pm

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The Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IBAA) has announced the creation of a new taskforce that will work in Alberta to find “sustainable” fixes for the troubled auto insurance system….

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Ontario bill wants to change laws for leased ride-sharing vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|6:26 pm

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Ontario lawmakers want to make changes to ride-sharing risk assessment regarding leased vehicles. Specifically, the province is seeking to limit the financial risk on firms that lease vehicles to drivers…

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Don’t expect full autonomous vehicle technology anytime soon

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:55 pm

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Information around the autonomous vehicle market is patchy, with many predicting driverless vehicles are just around the corner. This is hardly misinformation considering Google has already called for testing of…

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IBC: 75% of Canadians admit to distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|May 30, 2019|4:26 pm

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has published results of a new survey that shows motorists in Canada continue to drive their vehicles while distracted. Data from the survey shows…

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Calls for private auto insurance in British Columbia gain traction

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:56 pm

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has returned to its push to end monopoly auto insurance in British Columbia by introducing competition from private insurance companies. IBC has often pushed…

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Drivers are confused about who is to blame in autonomous vehicle technology collisions

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|4:27 pm

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Many insurance industry experts are predicting many changes through an era of ongoing autonomous vehicle development. Self-driving cars are predicted to go through an evolution to complete autonomy over the…

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Ontario bill aims to change limitations on off-road vehicles

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|4:21 pm

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Off-road vehicles such as snowmobiles and quads are popular in Ontario, but under current laws must be insured separately. A new bill proposes to ease restrictions, allowing those off-road vehicles…

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Insurance CEO predicts fall in auto insurance over the next decade

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|5:19 pm

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Many industry watchers and analysts are gazing into their crystal ball to see what the insurance market will look like in 10 years’ time. While many areas of the industry…

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