What to do if Your Brakes Fail on the Road
If you’ve never experienced a brake failure, the thought of one happening likely doesn’t cross your...
Car insurance doesn't only protect your car, it protects your way of life. Enjoy the open road with the knowledge that a licensed Armour Insurance broker has placed you with the coverage that you need to protect you from the unexpected. Protect your car, truck or other vehicle with Armour today.
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If you don't know what "Liablility", and "Loss of Use of Endorsement" means, don't worry. This section will explain exactly what all of those terms mean to you.
A car accident, whether big or small, is a scary thought. Sometimes it's hard to remember what you should do. You can find our Auto Accident Kit and some helpful tips here about what to do in case of an accident.
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Are you debating buying winter tires? Not sure of the benefits? As fall begins, and winter draws closer, it’s time to start thinking about tires. Many Albertans believe that their all season tires are ‘good enough’. What is the difference between winter tires and all season tires? Is good enough really good enough?
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?
What happens if you lend your vehicle to a friend or relative and they get into an accident while driving? What are the risk of lending someone your vehicle? Whose insurance will cover the damages? These are the questions you should have an answer to before lending out your vehicle.