Blog Category: Car Insurance

IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

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SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

distracted-14.jpg

Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

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Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

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Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

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Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

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Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

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Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

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Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

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Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-34.jpg

Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

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CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

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IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

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IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

Read More

Categories:

SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

distracted-14.jpg

Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

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Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

Read More

Categories:

Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

Read More

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Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

Read More

Categories:

Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-34.jpg

Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

Read More

Categories:

CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

Read More

Categories:

IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

Read More

Categories:

IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

Read More

Categories:

SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

distracted-14.jpg

Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

Read More

Categories:

Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

Read More

Categories:

Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-34.jpg

Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

Read More

Categories:

CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

Read More

Categories:

IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

Read More

Categories:

IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

Read More

Categories:

SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

distracted-14.jpg

Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

Read More

Categories:

Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

Read More

Categories:

Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-34.jpg

Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

Read More

Categories:

CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

Read More

Categories:

IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

Read More

Categories:

IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

Read More

Categories:

SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

distracted-14.jpg

Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

Read More

Categories:

Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

Read More

Categories:

Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-34.jpg

Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

Read More

Categories:

CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

Read More

Categories:

IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

Read More

Categories:

IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

Read More

Categories:

SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

distracted-14.jpg

Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

Read More

Categories:

Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

Read More

Categories:

Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-34.jpg

Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

Read More

Categories:

CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

Read More

Categories:

IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

Read More

Categories:

IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

Read More

Categories:

SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

distracted-14.jpg

Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

Read More

Categories:

Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

Read More

Categories:

Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-34.jpg

Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

Read More

Categories:

CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

Read More

Categories:

IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

Read More

Categories:

IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

Read More

Categories:

SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

distracted-14.jpg

Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

Read More

Categories:

Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

Read More

Categories:

Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-34.jpg

Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

Read More

Categories:

CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

Read More

Categories:

IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

Read More

Categories:

IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

Read More

Categories:

SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

distracted-14.jpg

Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

Read More

Categories:

Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-11.jpg

Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

Read More

Categories:

Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

Proof-of-Insurance-CSIO-3.png

Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

Read More

Categories:

Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

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Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

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CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

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IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

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Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

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IBC calls for B.C. auto insurance competition as motorists pay higher premiums in the province

By: Luke Jones|August 16, 2019|6:17 am

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is doubling down on its call for private auto insurance competition to be introduced in British Columbia. In a press release this week, the…

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SGI minister says harsher penalties may be introduced to curb distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|7:11 am

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Saskatchewan’s public auto insurance provider says the province could implement harsher penalties on motorists charged with distracted driving. The minister in charge of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says May saw…

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Ontario auto insurance regulator seeks file-and-use rate system

By: Luke Jones|August 5, 2019|6:57 am

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The regulator in charge of auto insurance in Ontario is considering a “file-and-use” system for private passenger auto rate changes in the province. Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) officials recently…

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Distracted driving is putting road workers at risk argues insurer

By: Luke Jones|August 1, 2019|2:37 pm

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Sun, relaxation, and vacation are all part of the summer months. However, when traveling to destinations this summer, Canadians have to get used to road construction. Warmer months allow road…

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Wawanesa to remove this auto insurance discount

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|9:07 pm

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Motorists in Canada are awarded auto insurance discounts for various things. However, discounts for drivers with autonomous emergency braking systems installed on their vehicles are slowly fading away. Wawanesa Mutual…

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Newfoundland and Labrador announces electronic auto insurance proof

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:58 pm

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Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed it is adopting the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (EPAI), becoming the second province in Canada to do so. The Superintendent of Insurance…

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Allstate considering appeal in effort to counter-suit former employee

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:20 pm

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Last week, an Ontario court rejected an attempt by Allstate Insurance to counter-sue a former employee for $700,000. In response, Allstate officials are now considering whether to appeal the decision…

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Why auto insurance premiums remain high despite safer cars

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|10:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-34.jpg

Modern cars are significantly safer than older vehicles thanks to significant leaps in technology. However, motorists are not paying less for auto insurance, despite safer cars logically suggesting there should…

Read More

Categories:

CAA tells customers to check their car battery during summer

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|4:57 pm

Battery-Charging

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has published a notice reminding motorists to check their vehicle batteries during the summer months. According to the insurer, batteries can become damaged due…

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IBC head says auto insurance reform progress is being made but will take years

By: Luke Jones|July 25, 2019|7:08 pm

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Auto insurance reform is one of the hot topics in the industry, with most provinces in need of an overhaul of their auto system. However, the IBC has warned that…

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