Blog Category: Car Insurance

WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

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Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×250-1.jpg

Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

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Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×2502028129-12.jpg

Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

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Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

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Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

Aviva Canada

Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

Drink Driving

MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

Read More

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Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

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Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

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Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

Dollarphotoclub_899058972028129-6.jpg

Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

Read More

Categories:

Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-30.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

Read More

Categories:

WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×250-1.jpg

Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×2502028129-12.jpg

Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

Aviva Canada

Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

Drink Driving

MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

Dollarphotoclub_899058972028129-6.jpg

Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

Read More

Categories:

Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-30.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

Read More

Categories:

WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×250-1.jpg

Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×2502028129-12.jpg

Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

Aviva Canada

Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

Drink Driving

MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

Dollarphotoclub_899058972028129-6.jpg

Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

Read More

Categories:

Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-30.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

Read More

Categories:

WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×250-1.jpg

Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×2502028129-12.jpg

Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

Aviva Canada

Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

Drink Driving

MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

Dollarphotoclub_899058972028129-6.jpg

Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

Read More

Categories:

Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-30.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

Read More

Categories:

WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×250-1.jpg

Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×2502028129-12.jpg

Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

Aviva Canada

Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

Drink Driving

MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

Dollarphotoclub_899058972028129-6.jpg

Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

Read More

Categories:

Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-30.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

Read More

Categories:

WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×250-1.jpg

Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×2502028129-12.jpg

Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

Aviva Canada

Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

Drink Driving

MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

Dollarphotoclub_899058972028129-6.jpg

Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

Read More

Categories:

Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-30.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

Read More

Categories:

WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×250-1.jpg

Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×2502028129-12.jpg

Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

Aviva Canada

Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

Drink Driving

MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

Dollarphotoclub_899058972028129-6.jpg

Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

Read More

Categories:

Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-30.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

Read More

Categories:

WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×250-1.jpg

Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×2502028129-12.jpg

Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

Aviva Canada

Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

Drink Driving

MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

Dollarphotoclub_899058972028129-6.jpg

Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

Read More

Categories:

Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-30.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

Read More

Categories:

WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×250-1.jpg

Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

FEATURE-Ontario-legislature-SHUTTERSTOCK-620×2502028129-12.jpg

Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

Read More

Categories:

Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

Aviva Canada

Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

Drink Driving

MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

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Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

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Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

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Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

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Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

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Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

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Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

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The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

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WeGoLook Appraisal Sharing Economy Service for Auto and Home comes to Canada

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:17 pm

The digitizing of home and auto insurance appraisals has arrived in Canada thanks to a sharing-style platform. Delivered by WeGoLook, the online and mobile platform is a sharing-economy solution that…

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Ontario Budget proposals should appeal to auto insurance customers says IBC

By: Luke Jones|April 16, 2019|12:04 pm

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Motorists in Ontario may appreciate the value of a proposed change announced in the province’s 2019 Budget regarding auto insurers. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says Ontarians want an…

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Ontario budget proposes changes for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|April 12, 2019|6:02 pm

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Ontario’s government has set out plans to make credit scores one determining factor in the province’s auto insurance rates. Additionally, in the 2019 Budget, the government proposed a doubling of…

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Auto insurers in Ontario refute “profitable” label

By: Luke Jones|April 10, 2019|2:54 pm

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Auto, home, and commercial insurance companies in Ontario are refuting a recent claim the province’s auto insurance system is profitable. A recent Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation(PACCIC) report suggested…

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Aviva Canada CEO calls for simpler auto insurance regulations in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|April 9, 2019|2:21 pm

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Colm Holmes, CEO of Aviva Canada, has called on major auto insurance reform in Ontario with a focus on introducing new regulations in the province’s auto system. Writing in a…

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MADD Canada: impaired driving education is having an impact on Canada’s youngsters

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|12:30 pm

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MADD Canada is kicking off its School Assembly Program for 2018/2019 and says the initiative has been a major success, especially during 2017-2018. Each year, the School Assembly Program aims…

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Ontario auto insurance is profitable, Alberta not so much

By: Luke Jones|March 30, 2019|9:12 am

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Despite the auto insurance system in Ontario being viewed as broken by most, Canada’s Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation says the industry in the province is profitable. However, the…

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Windsor Police ticketed 36 distracted drivers in 7 hours

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|2:45 pm

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Windsor Police says a recent spotlight on distracted driving saw 36 tickets handed for cell phone use to motorists in the space of seven hours. Law enforcement in the city…

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Canadians are still being caught out by auto insurance myths

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|5:14 pm

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Auto insurance is a sector surrounded by myths and breaking some of these can allow customers to make some basic savings on their premiums. One classic myth still persists according…

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Major auto accident benefit changes coming to British Columbia April 1

By: Luke Jones|March 28, 2019|4:54 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-30.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has confirmed its new cost-cutting measures will be debuting on April 1. In a statement this week, the public monopoly auto insurance provider…

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