President of Armour Insurance, Rob Marusin, visited the 630 Ched studios over the holidays to discuss Auto Insurance in Alberta. It's a hot topic for us right now and worth a listen for anyone has or will have purchased auto insurance in Alberta in the next year. If you missed it live, you can listen to the whole interview below:
It’s a phone call that’s never fun to take: a client has a car that’s been in the family for generations. To them, it’s priceless and impossible to replace. And it’s just been totaled. We know that the insurance company will take the wreckage for salvage, until now that is.
Liability insurance is designed to protect you from expenses incurred from damage to property or physical injury that you are legally responsible for, but it has a limit. Watch this webinar to find out how much liability insurance is enough to protect you when the unexpected happens. Rescheduled for Friday, November 30th at 1PM.
You may have noticed that shopping for an auto insurance policy in Alberta has become increasingly frustrating over the last little while. With increases in claim costs and government capping Alberta auto insurance providers are finding themselves losing money. Here's what you need to know about what is happening to auto insurance in Alberta right now.
At my local gas station this morning, regular gas was selling for $1.24/L and premium was 14¢ more expensive at $1.36/L. That's a whopping $8.40 difference if I were to fill my 60L tank. Not as much as I expected actually, but I will be putting regular gas in my car anyways. So why spend the extra $8?
Life happens. It happens to the best of us and sometimes that means that something gets missed. We all know that missing a payment on your mortgage or your car lease can have some pretty substantial consequences, so what happens when you miss a payment on your insurance policy?
Speeding is by far the most common traffic ticket given out in Canada. Do you know which traffic tickets will increase your insurance rates? Will photo radar and police issued tickets have the same impact on your insurance and driving record?
Last year there was a significant increase in the number of stolen vehicles in Edmonton. Stolen vehicles are often driven recklessly and used for crime. The good news is that every driver can help reduce the number of stolen vehicles by doing a few simple things.
Intact customers can save up to 25% on their car insurance just for being good drivers!
We believe that good drivers should be rewarded for their good driving habits. The free and easy-to-use mobile app my Driving Discount can save you up to 25% on your insurance premiums!
Topics: Car Insurance
A hit and run accident can be one of the most frustrating experiences for a driver. A hit and run accident is frustrating because the person at fault has left the scene, leaving you to deal with the damage to your vehicle.