It's essential to report certain accidents to police, but not every incident requires police involvement. Below we'll discuss the types of accidents you don't need to report to the police in Ontario, what to do in such situations, and the importance of documenting accidents for insurance purposes.
Parking infractions can range from minor inconveniences to significant financial penalties, and it's important to know how to handle them properly. In this post, we will explore various parking infractions, the associated fines, and your options for dealing with parking tickets in Ontario.
In Ontario, you have the right to contest a speeding ticket through legal means. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of fighting a speeding ticket, including fines, demerit points, and the potential impact on your insurance premiums.
At Best Buy Insurance, we are committed to not only providing you with the best coverage but also keeping you informed about important aspects of insurance and road safety. One crucial topic is the potential consequences of leaving the scene of a car accident in Ontario.
Car insurance is a requirement for drivers in Ontario, Canada. However, the cost of car insurance premiums can vary depending on a range of factors. In some cases, premiums may increase without warning, leaving drivers wondering what happened.
With CAA’s Forgive and Forget plan, we help you protect the good driving record you’ve earned over the years. If you are involved in your first at-fault accident, there will be no change in your driving record.
CAA Connect is a usage-based insurance program that uses your personal driving habits to calculate a unique, personalized discount for your insurance. By adopting safer driving habits, you could save up to 15% on your CAA Auto Insurance premium after one year!
There are several means to purchase insurance. From online, over the phone, in person, through a broker or agent, to buying directly from an insurance company. Is there a benefit to one method over the other?
It's important to start shopping for auto insurance before purchasing a vehicle. Ontario has compulsory automobile insurance. This means every vehicle registered in the province must be insured.
In Ontario, home, condo and tenant insurance is not mandatory by law. However, most lenders won’t give you a mortgage without proof of home insurance, so it’s something that you need to secure between the time that your offer is accepted and your closing date.
Bundling insurance occurs when you choose to buy several policies from the same provider. Many insurers offer the option to bundle multiple products together to save money on premiums. This is known as a multi-policy, multiline or multi-product discount.
Crossovers and pickup trucks seem to be taking over the automotive market, as consumers are flocking to these bigger vehicles versus more compact or midsize sedans and hatchbacks. As a result, the most popular cars in Canada don’t sell nearly as well as utility vehicles.
Équité Association is an independent, not-for-profit organization. They use nationwide theft data from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) to compile an annual list of the top 10 most stolen vehicles in Canada. Find out if you own one of 2021's most stolen vehicles in Canada, Ontario and Toronto.
The Honda Odyssey is one of the most popular vehicles in Canada. But before you head out to buy one, you should know how much insurance will cost.
Ford’s F150 pickup truck is one of the most popular vehicles in Canada. But before you head out to buy one, you should know how much insurance will cost.
You may have heard the terms "insurance company" and "insurance broker". You may have thought they meant the same thing, but there are differences between the two. Find out what defines an insurance company versus a broker, their strengths and questions to ask when choosing one over the other.
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