Winter Driving Safety Tips

Winter Driving Safety Tips The cold winds are blowing, and Jack Frost is making his appearance on car windows. Every Canadian knows what that means: winter is coming. While we’re all aware that winter brings its own perils, when it comes to driving after months without snow, and sleet, it can come as a shock…

Winterize Your Classic Car

Winterize Your Classic Car Unfortunately, in Canada, classic cars and winter do not go together. For one, vintage and classic cars usually aren’t equipped to handle our messy winter roads. For another, low mileage is one of the qualifications for insurance rates, so driving your classic vehicle, even occasionally, all year long isn’t really an…

Do You Use Your Vehicle for Business Use?

Most insurance companies classify vehicle use into one of three categories – commuting to work or transit, commercial use or pleasure and errands only. While these categories accurately describe the driving behaviour for most people, some drivers who use their vehicle for business purposes have faced a dilemma. Do they report they only use their…

Twelve Common Myths About Car Insurance

Insurance can be confusing, and these 12 common misconceptions about auto insurance in Canada often lead drivers astray. 1. The colour of your car affects your car insurance. Most people may not know it, but the insurance industry is colour-blind. It doesn’t matter if your car is blue, red, silver, white, or black, your insurance rate…