Blog Category: Car Insurance

Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

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As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

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IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

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UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

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Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

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Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-13.jpg

The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

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Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

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Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

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CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

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Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

distracted-16.jpg

We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

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Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-35.jpg

Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

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Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

self20driving20car-5.jpg

As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

Read More

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IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-11.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

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UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

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Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

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Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-13.jpg

The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

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Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

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Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

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CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

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Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

distracted-16.jpg

We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

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Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-35.jpg

Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

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Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

self20driving20car-5.jpg

As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

Read More

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IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-11.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

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UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

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Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

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Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-13.jpg

The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

Read More

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Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

Read More

Categories:

Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

distracted-16.jpg

We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

Read More

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Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-35.jpg

Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

Read More

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Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

self20driving20car-5.jpg

As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-11.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-13.jpg

The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

Read More

Categories:

Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

distracted-16.jpg

We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

Read More

Categories:

Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-35.jpg

Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

Read More

Categories:

Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

self20driving20car-5.jpg

As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-11.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-13.jpg

The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

Read More

Categories:

Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

distracted-16.jpg

We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

Read More

Categories:

Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-35.jpg

Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

Read More

Categories:

Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

self20driving20car-5.jpg

As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-11.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-13.jpg

The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

Read More

Categories:

Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

distracted-16.jpg

We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

Read More

Categories:

Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-35.jpg

Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

Read More

Categories:

Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

self20driving20car-5.jpg

As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-11.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-13.jpg

The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

Read More

Categories:

Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

distracted-16.jpg

We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

Read More

Categories:

Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-35.jpg

Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

Read More

Categories:

Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

self20driving20car-5.jpg

As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-11.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-13.jpg

The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

Read More

Categories:

Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

distracted-16.jpg

We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

Read More

Categories:

Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-35.jpg

Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

Read More

Categories:

Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

self20driving20car-5.jpg

As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-11.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-13.jpg

The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

Read More

Categories:

Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

distracted-16.jpg

We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

Read More

Categories:

Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-35.jpg

Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

Read More

Categories:

Expert warns changing driver positions in autonomous vehicles could lead to severe injuries

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:18 am

self20driving20car-5.jpg

As vehicles become more autonomous, we may have to accept more severe collisions as the technology grows. A crash reconstructionist told Canadian Underwriter recently that driver orientation will change and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: British Columbia’s unlisted auto insurance fee is not common practice

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|8:59 am

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has criticized the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) over a controversial new rule. British Columbia’s public auto insurance provider is introducing a new…

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UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

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A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

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Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

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Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

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Labatt Breweries seeks distracted and impaired driving education

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:53 pm

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The brewer is collaborations with communities around Canada to roll out the forums. Core discussion points will be distracted and impaired driving, including road safety for pedestrians and cyclists. With…

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Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

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While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

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Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

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Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

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CTA makes several distracted driving recommendations

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

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Distracted driving is now among the leading causes of road-related fatalities and injuries in Canada, and authorities across the country are turning focus towards combatting the infraction. Transport Canada recently…

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Sudbury describes distracted driving as a public health issue

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

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We are used to distracted driving being described as a major problem in Canada, a legal issue that authorities and governments are struggling to come to terms with. However, health…

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Property overtaking auto as go-to business line for insurers

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2018|12:00 am

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Are disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing bringing to an end auto insurance as a major business avenue for insurers? It’s a question that many would argue is premature….

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