Blog Category: Car Insurance

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

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When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

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IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

F-15020crash20tests.jpg

For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

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Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68565403.jpg

Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

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City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

Uber_ride_Bogota_281027786466629.jpg

An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

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Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

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Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

Car20insurance20Myths.jpg

Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

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Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

Summer20car20maintenance20tips.jpg

Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

Read More

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Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

Jim20Karygiannis.jpg

A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

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Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

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Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

Takata20Airbag20Recall20Japan.jpg

The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

Read More

Categories:

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

GM20Hack.jpg

When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

Read More

Categories:

IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

F-15020crash20tests.jpg

For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

Read More

Categories:

Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68565403.jpg

Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

Read More

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City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

Uber_ride_Bogota_281027786466629.jpg

An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

Read More

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Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

Car20insurance20Myths.jpg

Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

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Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

Summer20car20maintenance20tips.jpg

Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

Read More

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Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

Jim20Karygiannis.jpg

A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

Takata20Airbag20Recall20Japan.jpg

The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

Read More

Categories:

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

GM20Hack.jpg

When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

Read More

Categories:

IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

F-15020crash20tests.jpg

For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

Read More

Categories:

Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68565403.jpg

Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

Read More

Categories:

City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

Uber_ride_Bogota_281027786466629.jpg

An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

Car20insurance20Myths.jpg

Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

Read More

Categories:

Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

Summer20car20maintenance20tips.jpg

Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

Read More

Categories:

Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

Jim20Karygiannis.jpg

A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

Takata20Airbag20Recall20Japan.jpg

The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

Read More

Categories:

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

GM20Hack.jpg

When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

Read More

Categories:

IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

F-15020crash20tests.jpg

For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

Read More

Categories:

Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68565403.jpg

Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

Read More

Categories:

City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

Uber_ride_Bogota_281027786466629.jpg

An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

Car20insurance20Myths.jpg

Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

Read More

Categories:

Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

Summer20car20maintenance20tips.jpg

Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

Read More

Categories:

Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

Jim20Karygiannis.jpg

A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

Takata20Airbag20Recall20Japan.jpg

The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

Read More

Categories:

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

GM20Hack.jpg

When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

Read More

Categories:

IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

F-15020crash20tests.jpg

For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

Read More

Categories:

Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68565403.jpg

Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

Read More

Categories:

City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

Uber_ride_Bogota_281027786466629.jpg

An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

Car20insurance20Myths.jpg

Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

Read More

Categories:

Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

Summer20car20maintenance20tips.jpg

Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

Read More

Categories:

Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

Jim20Karygiannis.jpg

A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

Takata20Airbag20Recall20Japan.jpg

The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

Read More

Categories:

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

GM20Hack.jpg

When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

Read More

Categories:

IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

F-15020crash20tests.jpg

For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

Read More

Categories:

Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68565403.jpg

Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

Read More

Categories:

City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

Uber_ride_Bogota_281027786466629.jpg

An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

Car20insurance20Myths.jpg

Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

Read More

Categories:

Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

Summer20car20maintenance20tips.jpg

Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

Read More

Categories:

Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

Jim20Karygiannis.jpg

A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

Takata20Airbag20Recall20Japan.jpg

The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

Read More

Categories:

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

GM20Hack.jpg

When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

Read More

Categories:

IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

F-15020crash20tests.jpg

For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

Read More

Categories:

Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68565403.jpg

Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

Read More

Categories:

City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

Uber_ride_Bogota_281027786466629.jpg

An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

Car20insurance20Myths.jpg

Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

Read More

Categories:

Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

Summer20car20maintenance20tips.jpg

Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

Read More

Categories:

Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

Jim20Karygiannis.jpg

A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

Takata20Airbag20Recall20Japan.jpg

The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

Read More

Categories:

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

GM20Hack.jpg

When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

Read More

Categories:

IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

F-15020crash20tests.jpg

For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

Read More

Categories:

Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68565403.jpg

Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

Read More

Categories:

City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

Uber_ride_Bogota_281027786466629.jpg

An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

Car20insurance20Myths.jpg

Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

Read More

Categories:

Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

Summer20car20maintenance20tips.jpg

Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

Read More

Categories:

Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

Jim20Karygiannis.jpg

A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

Takata20Airbag20Recall20Japan.jpg

The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

Read More

Categories:

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

GM20Hack.jpg

When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

Read More

Categories:

IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

F-15020crash20tests.jpg

For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

Read More

Categories:

Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68565403.jpg

Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

Read More

Categories:

City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

Uber_ride_Bogota_281027786466629.jpg

An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

Car20insurance20Myths.jpg

Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

Read More

Categories:

Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

Summer20car20maintenance20tips.jpg

Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

Read More

Categories:

Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

Jim20Karygiannis.jpg

A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

Takata20Airbag20Recall20Japan.jpg

The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

Read More

Categories:

Security top of mind as GM patches security vulnerability

By: Sean Cooper|August 4, 2015|12:00 am

GM20Hack.jpg

When it comes to cybersecurity, there seems to be a never-ending battle of cat and mouse between hackers and programmers. The programmers make security a top priority, but somehow the…

Read More

Categories:

IIHS finds new aluminum-body F-150 is 26 per cent more expensive to repair

By: Callum Micucci|July 31, 2015|12:00 am

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For the first time ever, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested the cost to repair a vehicle in addition to its crashworthiness. The new 2015 Ford F-150…

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Chrysler recalls over 1 million US vehicles after Jeep hack

By: Callum Micucci|July 30, 2015|12:00 am

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Chrysler announced July 24 that it would be recalling 1.4 million vehicles that might be affected by a security exploit discovered by two researchers. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated…

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City councillor calls for Uber tax probe

By: Callum Micucci|July 23, 2015|12:00 am

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An outspoken Uber critic and Toronto city councillor fired another shot July 22 at the popular ridesharing company. Jim Karygiannis, who received almost 10 per cent of his campaign donations…

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Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

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Dispelling Car Insurance Myths

By: Callum Micucci|July 20, 2015|12:00 am

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Car insurance is something that most adults have, but many still do not understand it and more than a few are outright afraid of it. It’s true—auto insurance can be…

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Summer car maintenance tips

By: Callum Micucci|July 17, 2015|12:00 am

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Summer is officially in full-swing: temperatures are soaring, and the cottage season is finally here. These hot temperatures and extra kilometres can take a big toll on your vehicle, so…

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Staunch Uber opponent received donations from cab industry

By: Callum Micucci|July 16, 2015|12:00 am

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A Toronto city councillor who issued a dire warning to Uber drivers and passengers July 14 had received political campaign donations from those involved with the taxi industry, according to…

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Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

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Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

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Takata airbag rupture causes fire in Japan

By: Damian Alonzi|July 8, 2015|12:00 am

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The already problematic Takata airbags have caused issues for yet another automotive company—this time, Nissan being the victim of the automotive parts company’s defective product. A 2001 X-Trail crossover is…

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