Home insurance is essential protection for anyone who owns their own home. It’s not mandatory, but if you have a mortgage, your bank will insist that at least the structure itself be insured. So if you’re buying for the first time or looking to move, you might want to know how much you’re likely to
With new riders having trouble booking rider training and M2 tests due to the pandemic, M&W has launched a new online app to help M1 licence holders get insured and get on the road in 2021! The first of its kind in Canada, the app will deliver accurate quotes in as little as 4 minutes,
If you’re looking to rent an apartment in Toronto or elsewhere in the GTA, you can usually get a tenants insurance package for $20-40 a month. And if you drive, which most of us do, your tenants or renters insurance could pay for itself by getting you a 5-15% multi-line discount on your auto insurance.
There are dozens of reasons why you could have a gap in your auto insurance history. Some will affect your future premiums, and some won’t. The question, ultimately, is why? If you didn’t have a car for six months, that should have no effect. If your license was suspended for impaired driving, on the other
Of course home insurance covers fire. It is the reason home insurance was invented back in the 1600s, and until quite recently, was the most common type of home insurance claim. The fire insurance in your policy typically covers not only the building, but also your possessions, if they are lost or damaged in a
When you get a ticket, the fine you pay will probably cost you less than the premium increase on your next auto or motorcycle insurance renewal. But just exactly how much more will you pay, and for how long?
The price of insurance seems to always be going up in Ontario. As it pertains to home, condo and tenants insurance, the main reason for price increases over the last several decades has been a sharp increase in the number and cost of claims related to water damage. This is to be expected in an
In Canada, when you buy a car from a dealer, it comes with certain “standard equipment” from the factory. If your vehicle has had significant changes from that standard equipment, whether it be a modified engine, exhaust, tires or suspension, you’ll need to let your insurer know, and depending on the changes, you may find
Updated Nov 4, 2021 If you continue to work from home due to the pandemic and are looking for a way to save real money on your auto insurance, CAA MyPace™ is a program that is saving low-kilometre drivers 50% on average.
Location, location, location. You’ve heard it a million times, usually with respect to decisions involving real estate.