12 Auto Insurance Discounts You Need to Know About

February 27, 2021

If you’re like most Ontarians, odds are you own a vehicle and use it to perform everyday tasks. But did you know that there are a number of ways to save big while staying insured? If not, you might want to check with your insurance broker to make sure you’ve got the coverage you need, at the best price possible. Read more

How Much is That Ticket Really Going to Cost Me

February 18, 2021

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? Read more

Motorcycle Insurance: Live to Ride Safely

February 16, 2021

Motorcycle riders like to say “Four wheels move the body; two wheels move the soul.” This is true for anyone who takes to the open road on two wheels. There is nothing like cruising on the open road, feeling the rumble of the bike, and enjoying a beautiful summer day. Read more

Learn How to Spot Car Insurance Fraud: Don’t Be Scared, Be Aware!

February 10, 2021

There are many instances of fraud in our everyday lives. We are aware of instances of fraud coming at us on our computers and even now on our cell phones, and it exists on our roads as well. Insurance fraud is rampant across the country, and estimates show that it costs us more than $1 billion a year. And that adds to the cost we pay for auto insurance. They cheat and we all pay. Read more

8 Home Insurance Discounts That Can Save You Money

February 6, 2021

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 age when climate change is leading to increased frequency and severity of storms all over the world.

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Still Working From Home – Does It Affect My Home Insurance?

February 5, 2021

If you’re like most of us, you’ve been working from home since the pandemic began. If you’re an employee just plugging away on your laptop, working from home shouldn’t affect your home insurance. But if you run your own business, or if your job requires interacting with clients, making or receiving deliveries, or having expensive business equipment at home, you should check with your insurance broker to make sure you have the coverage you need.

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Modifying Your Vehicle? Update Your Insurance

January 25, 2021

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 that few insurers are willing to cover your modified ride. If the changes add value, you’ll also want to protect that new value.

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Working From Home? Pay-As-You-Go Auto Insurance Might Be For You

January 22, 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 40% on average. If you drive less than 3,000 kilometres a year, you could save 50% or more.

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Avoid Depreciation When Insuring Your Brand New Car

January 21, 2021

When you buy auto insurance, the assumption is that you are insuring your car for its Actual Cash Value (ACV) at the time of an accident, which is the purchase price, minus depreciation. Read more

Toronto Asks: Does Location Really Matters for Auto Insurance?

December 22, 2020

Location, location, location.

You’ve heard it a million times, usually with respect to decisions involving real estate. Read more