When it comes to motorcycle insurance, many motorcycle owners have questions about how their policy premium is calculated and if they have to cancel their policy in the fall and start a new one in the spring. Read more
Whether you’ve just earned your M2 or you’re a seasoned rider, an advanced riders training program can help you boost your skills, confidence, and safety on two wheels. Read more
Of all the goods and services competing for a share of our hard-earned cash, insurance will not likely rank high on many Top-10 Lists of most satisfying purchases.
Consumer products generally come with some immediate gratification: We show off the new car as soon as we drive it off the lot; the weekly grocery trip supplies the next meal; we rock the casual Friday jeans purchase. Even a new hairdo will normally draw a round of semi-genuine approval from friends and family. Read more
Have you opted for the ‘X’ gender option on our Ontario driver’s licence? You just might now get a lower auto insurance rate.
Earlier this year we talked about how Ontario was adding a third option, ‘X’, for unspecified to gender selection on drivers licenses. This will allow people who do not identify as either male or female to have their gender unspecified, allowing them to choose an option which better reflects their identity. Read more
Why would it cost me $3,000 – $4,000 for first time insurance when I only paid $1500 for my starter bike?
John in Scarborough
I run a daycare from my home, do I have coverage under my home insurance?
Sandra from Toronto
If you’re ready to hit the open road on a motorcycle, a rider training program will give you the skills and confidence you need to stay safe on two wheels. And not only is a motorcycle skills course a great way to learn how to enjoy your bike, it can help you save money too—insurance providers offer attractive discounts to graduates of MTO-approved motorcycle training courses in Ontario. Read more
I know I should be considering life insurance but I’m confused about the difference between term and permanent. I’ve heard that term insurance is a lot cheaper and the best way to go. Can you help me understand the options so I can figure out what’s best for me and my family?