Blog Category: Car Insurance

Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

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Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

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American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

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Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

640px-Paris_Tuileries_Garden_Facepalm_statue-8.jpg

Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

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Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

Drink Driving

Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

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Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

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The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

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Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

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Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

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Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

distracted-17.jpg

At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

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Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

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An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

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Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

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Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

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For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

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Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-36.jpg

Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

Read More

Categories:

American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

Read More

Categories:

Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

640px-Paris_Tuileries_Garden_Facepalm_statue-8.jpg

Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

Read More

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Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

Drink Driving

Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

Read More

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Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

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Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

distracted-17.jpg

At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

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Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

Connected20car-17.jpg

An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

Read More

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Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

Read More

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Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

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Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-36.jpg

Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

Read More

Categories:

American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

Read More

Categories:

Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

640px-Paris_Tuileries_Garden_Facepalm_statue-8.jpg

Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

Drink Driving

Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

Read More

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Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

distracted-17.jpg

At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

Read More

Categories:

Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

Connected20car-17.jpg

An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

Read More

Categories:

Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

Read More

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Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

Read More

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Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-36.jpg

Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

Read More

Categories:

American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

Read More

Categories:

Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

640px-Paris_Tuileries_Garden_Facepalm_statue-8.jpg

Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

Drink Driving

Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

distracted-17.jpg

At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

Read More

Categories:

Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

Connected20car-17.jpg

An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

Read More

Categories:

Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-36.jpg

Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

Read More

Categories:

American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

Read More

Categories:

Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

640px-Paris_Tuileries_Garden_Facepalm_statue-8.jpg

Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

Drink Driving

Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

distracted-17.jpg

At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

Read More

Categories:

Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

Connected20car-17.jpg

An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

Read More

Categories:

Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-36.jpg

Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

Read More

Categories:

American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

Read More

Categories:

Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

640px-Paris_Tuileries_Garden_Facepalm_statue-8.jpg

Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

Drink Driving

Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

distracted-17.jpg

At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

Read More

Categories:

Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

Connected20car-17.jpg

An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

Read More

Categories:

Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-36.jpg

Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

Read More

Categories:

American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

Read More

Categories:

Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

640px-Paris_Tuileries_Garden_Facepalm_statue-8.jpg

Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

Drink Driving

Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

distracted-17.jpg

At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

Read More

Categories:

Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

Connected20car-17.jpg

An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

Read More

Categories:

Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-36.jpg

Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

Read More

Categories:

American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

Read More

Categories:

Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

640px-Paris_Tuileries_Garden_Facepalm_statue-8.jpg

Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

Drink Driving

Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

distracted-17.jpg

At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

Read More

Categories:

Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

Connected20car-17.jpg

An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

Read More

Categories:

Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-36.jpg

Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

Read More

Categories:

American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

Read More

Categories:

Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

640px-Paris_Tuileries_Garden_Facepalm_statue-8.jpg

Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

Drink Driving

Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

Read More

Categories:

Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

distracted-17.jpg

At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

Read More

Categories:

Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

Connected20car-17.jpg

An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

Read More

Categories:

Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers and carmakers don’t see eye-to-eye over vehicle data collection

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_58930428-36.jpg

Data collections and analysis is driving a change in collision claims, but the “new era” has fired a debate with the insurance industry and automobile manufacturers on opposite sides of…

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American auto insurance providers can be a priority insurer in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|August 28, 2019|12:44 pm

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American auto insurance providers can be the main insurer for collisions that happen in Canada, according to a recent ruling. Last week, an Ontario judge found priority dispute provisions found…

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Inaccurate Department of Justice tweet sparked internal debate and confusion

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|1:00 pm

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Earlier in the summer, we reported on a tweet by the Department of Justice that stirred controversy despite having the intention of promoting a new impaired driving law. In a…

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Manitoba elections turn to impaired driving after NDP candidate criticism

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|11:05 am

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Impaired driving has become a topic of debate in the ongoing Manitoba provincial elections. Progressive Conservatives have criticized a lawyer running for the NDP because he is a lawyer who…

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Federal government give $1.4 million to Northwest Territories to fight impaired driving

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|10:17 am

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The federal government has pledged over $1.4 million in funding to the Northwest Territories to help the region combat impaired driving. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized…

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Insurers must talk to consumers about conditions of the hard market

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:58 am

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Insurance companies and brokers in Canada know they are currently operating in a hard market, and also understand the reason why that is the case. However, the situations for customers…

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Ontarians know about new distracted driving laws say insurance expert

By: Luke Jones|August 27, 2019|9:29 am

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At the start of this year, Ontario introduced new distracted driving laws that aimed to clamp down on motorists using devices when driving. With stricter penalties it was hoped the…

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Tech company seeks to help prevent distracted driving in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 26, 2019|3:08 pm

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An Australian technology company that has developed an AI-based solution for catching distracting drivers has pitched its service to an Edmonton Conference. On Friday, Acusensus presented its artificial intelligence model…

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Steering wheel grabbing auto insurance dispute resolves insurer spat

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|5:33 pm

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What happens from a liability standpoint if a front-seat passenger grabs the wheel from the driver and causes a collision? A case in Ontario shows this is not merely a…

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Insurance expert says development of autonomous vehicles will take decades

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2019|1:43 am

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For those waiting to put their feet up on their commute in an autonomous vehicle, the wait may be longer than expected. While some optimistic opinions suggest full autonomy is…

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