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Moving from British Columbia to Ontario? Don’t Forget to Pack Your Driving Record.

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If you are moving from B.C. to Ontario it is important that you have a copy of your insurance and claims history record from the ICBC – Insurance Corporation of British Columbia. You can Order your Insurance and Claims History Record VIA ICBC’s Website by Clicking Here Get Your Record » Why Do You Need… Read More »

Attention Ontario Drivers – Distracted Driving Law Changing – January 1 2019

Existing Fines and penalties are changing January 1st 2019 for Ontario Drivers with A to G Licensed. Starting January 1st 2019 you’ll face: First conviction: a fine of up to $1,000 three demerit points a three-day day driver’s licence suspension Second conviction within 5 years: a fine of up to $2,000 six demerit points a… Read More »

This One Safety Feature May Save you 15 Percent on Your Car Insurance

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Insurance companies are recognizing that cars on Ontario roads are becoming safer and some companies are offering fifteen percent discounts on car insurance if your vehicle has Automatic Emergency Breaking or AEB. In cities like Toronto where Toronto Car Insurance is amongst the highest in the country, it can make a big difference. What Cars… Read More »

Impaired Driving Car Insurance FAQ

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Here is a list of common questions that get asked for clients who have been charged with impaired driving also commonly known as DUI in regards to car insurance. Will my rate automatically increase with my car insurance company after getting a DUI? In order for your rate to increase as a result of an… Read More »

Ontario Planning Stiffer Penalties

The Ontario government is making changes to the Highway Traffic Act in an effort to make the roads safer. The Ontario government is planning the following changes: Careless drivers who cause bodily harm or death will face a maximum of $50,000 in fines, two years in jail and five year license suspension with six demerit… Read More »

Moving from Saskatchewan to Ontario? Here’s How to Get Car Insurance in Ontario

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If you have moved or planning on moving from Saskatchewan to Ontario here is a very quick tip on how to get car insurance. First, you would like for your driving experience from Saskatchewan to be recognized in Ontario, this will give you a better rate on your car insurance because without proof of prior… Read More »

Ontario Car Insurance Options

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Just like purchasing a car, when you walk into a dealership to purchase a car you may ask what options the vehicle has. This is really no different than buying car insurance in Ontario. The most basic car insurance policy in Ontario provides liability insurance at a certain limit and then you may add coverages… Read More »

New Driving Laws Effective September 1st 2015

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The Ontario Ministry of Transportation has added new rules and harsher penalties. There are 3 main changes. Increased fines for distracted driving Increased fines for dooring cyclists and new rules for driving around cyclists Moving over for tow trucks providing assistance Distracted Driving                 As of September 1st 2015 the fines and penalties for a… Read More »

What is Back On Track?

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If you have been convicted with an impaired driving conviction or have received more than 1 roadside suspension in the warn rage, one of the requirements in order to drive again is to attend a mandatory alcohol education program. The facts: The fee is between $178 for warn range drivers to $578 for convicted impaired… Read More »

Ontario’s System on Impaired Driving and what it means for High Risk Car Insurance

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Find out below using the chart what happens after 1st convictions for impaired driving in Ontario, Canada. Remember, you may be convicted for impaired driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Novice Drivers (Those with GT1, G2, M1, M2, M2-L or M2-M licenses) Zero blood alcohol content law applies means that novice drivers… Read More »