Blog Category: Car Insurance

Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

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IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

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Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

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Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

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Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

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BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

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The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

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Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

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according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

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Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

Driving Choice

A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

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Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

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While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

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Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-21.jpg

Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

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Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

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Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

Read More

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IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

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Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

Read More

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Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

Read More

Categories:

BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

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Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

marijuana-1.jpg

according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

Read More

Categories:

Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

Driving Choice

A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

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Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

Read More

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Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-21.jpg

Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

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Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

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Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

Read More

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IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

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Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

Read More

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Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

Read More

Categories:

BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

Read More

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Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

marijuana-1.jpg

according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

Read More

Categories:

Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

Driving Choice

A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

Read More

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Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

Read More

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Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-21.jpg

Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

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Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

Read More

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IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

Read More

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Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

Read More

Categories:

Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

Read More

Categories:

BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

Read More

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Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

marijuana-1.jpg

according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

Read More

Categories:

Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

Driving Choice

A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

Read More

Categories:

Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

Read More

Categories:

Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-21.jpg

Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

Read More

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Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

Read More

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IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

Read More

Categories:

Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

Read More

Categories:

BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

Read More

Categories:

Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

marijuana-1.jpg

according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

Read More

Categories:

Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

Driving Choice

A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

Read More

Categories:

Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

Read More

Categories:

Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-21.jpg

Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

Read More

Categories:

IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

Read More

Categories:

Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

Read More

Categories:

BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

Read More

Categories:

Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

marijuana-1.jpg

according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

Read More

Categories:

Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

Driving Choice

A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

Read More

Categories:

Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

Read More

Categories:

Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-21.jpg

Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

Read More

Categories:

IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

Read More

Categories:

Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

Read More

Categories:

BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

Read More

Categories:

Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

marijuana-1.jpg

according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

Read More

Categories:

Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

Driving Choice

A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

Read More

Categories:

Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

Read More

Categories:

Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-21.jpg

Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

Read More

Categories:

IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

Read More

Categories:

Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

Read More

Categories:

BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

Read More

Categories:

Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

marijuana-1.jpg

according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

Read More

Categories:

Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

Driving Choice

A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

Read More

Categories:

Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

Read More

Categories:

Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-21.jpg

Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

Read More

Categories:

IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

Read More

Categories:

Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

Read More

Categories:

BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

Read More

Categories:

Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

marijuana-1.jpg

according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

Read More

Categories:

Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

Driving Choice

A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

Read More

Categories:

Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

Read More

Categories:

Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-21.jpg

Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet explains Nova Scotia auto insurance rate increase

By: Luke Jones|January 11, 2020|8:41 am

Driving Choice

Sonnet, the online direct insurance company operated by Economical Insurance, can increase auto insurance premiums by around 50% across its customers in Nova Scotia. The increases arrives following approval this…

Read More

Categories:

IBC aids tow truck criminal investigation in Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Police in the Greater Toronto Area have confirmed over 250 charges have been laid on individuals involved in a tow truck services scam, while stolen vehicles have been recovered. In…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario’s auto insurance problems won’t be resolved in 2020 says expert

By: Luke Jones|January 9, 2020|8:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Looking into 2020, the auto insurance outlook around Canada remains bleak. In fact, any optimism surrounding the market could just be wishful thinking. Interestingly, it is clear what important parties…

Read More

Categories:

Hyundai and Kia recall 300,000 vehicles over engine failure worry

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:35 am

Kia Canada and Hyundai Canada has sent out recall notices across the country. In total, 300,000 vehicles from the two automakers are being recalled. According to both companies, the recalls…

Read More

Categories:

BC Supreme Court rules in auto insurance fraud case

By: Luke Jones|January 6, 2020|7:16 am

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The Supreme Court of British Columbia has found two men liable following a auto insurance fraud case. Specifically, the pair were found to be creating fradulaent car insurance claims through…

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Over a quarter of young Canadian drivers admit drug driving

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|8:02 am

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according to a survey by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), over one quarter of young Canadian motorists say they have driven – or been a passenger with a high driver…

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Alarming number of Canadians drive thinking they are over the limit

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|11:12 am

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A worrying number of Canadian motorists say they have driven their vehicle even if they think they are over the limit, a new study has found. Furthermore, it seems the…

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Mitchell: Auto insurance likely to trend upwards in losses during 2020

By: Luke Jones|January 4, 2020|7:45 am

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While there is quiet optimism in auto insurance following Alberta and Ontario’s decision to review and reform their systems, any changes are not coming soon. Indeed, the current auto climate…

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Thunder Bay police issued record number of impaired driving tickets in 2019

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|11:22 am

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Police in Thunder Bay has revealed they issued a record amount of impaired driving tickets through 2019 as numbers of drunk drivers continued to rise. According the police, 204 impaired…

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Distracted driving decreases in B.C.

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|9:30 am

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Canada’s fight against distracted driving is moving in the right direction as the number of drivers being caught is decreasing. This seems to be because less people are engaging in…

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