March 16, 2017

Reduce Distractions While you Drive

We’ve all been there. You know you should be concentrating on the road but then you get a notification on your cell phone – a text message? An email? Suddenly, it’s that easy to take your eyes off the road and steal a glimpse of your phone. With the OPP distracted […]

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May 11, 2015

Telematics and Usage-Based Auto Insurance

What is Usage-Based Insurance? Usage-based insurance is a new way to price auto insurance and is gaining popularity in the industry, but many consumers have questions regarding what it is, how it works, and if they should consider it. The term usage-based insurance refers to a new way to calculate […]

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March 25, 2013

What to Do After a Motor Vehicle Accident

Being involved in a motor vehicle collision can be a traumatic event for all parties involved. To ensure you know the proper steps to take, we recommend printing this booklet and storing it in your car. If you are involved in a motor vehicle collision remember: – Stay calm – […]

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February 8, 2013

‘When should I contact my broker?’

To ensure that you are properly rated and that you have disclosed all required information to your insurance company, it is important to review the details of your policy on a regular basis. In order to personalize your policies we need to be aware of changes that may have taken […]

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August 27, 2012

Lend Your Car, Lend Your Insurance

Many drivers do not fully understand the coverage of their auto insurance policies. The fact is, when you lend your vehicle to someone you also lend your car insurance. By lending your vehicle to another driver you are taking full responsibility for any incident that may occur while your vehicle […]

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August 13, 2012

10 Tips to Prevent Vehicle Theft

Every year, approximately 140,000 vehicles are stolen in Canada. These vehicles are often used in other crimes, dismantled for parts, or shipped overseas to be resold. Motor vehicle theft is a crime that affects many Canadians, both directly and indirectly. The financial cost to consumers, police, insurance companies and governments […]

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