Have you ever had a vehicle deemed a “total loss”? If so, you know the pain that’s felt by many vehicle owners when they discover how little their vehicles are worth due to depreciation. What is a Total Loss? A total loss is a term used by insurance companies to refer to..
When you lend your vehicle to someone else, it’s like also lending your insurance. You take full responsibility for their actions when driving and any claims must be reported to your own insurance company.
Q&A: What happens if you have Canadian car insurance and you get into a collision in the United States?
Whether you’re taking a quick weekend getaway or you’re planning on staying in the States all winter, you should know that your..
Cruise control is a popular feature in vehicles, often used on trips when the road seems to go on forever. If used in wet or slippery conditions..
IBC estimates that each year, automobile theft costs Canadians close to $1 billion. Is your vehicle on this list?
If you snowmobile, that dusting of fresh powder outside may be calling your name — but it’s important to keep safety in mind to avoid..
Keep these five basic tips in mind to avoid any mishaps and keep your pets safe over the holidays.
The holiday season is upon us. Check these to-dos off your list while you decorate for Christmas.