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Understanding all of the different kinds of coverage for auto insurance can be a hassle. How do you know if you have the right coverage?
Auto insurance can get complicated in a hurry that's why we've put together this comprehensive guide to understanding your coverage.
Liability insurance is the base level of auto insurance in Alberta. This guide covers how much liability coverage you need and the factors that go into the price.
Comprehensive insurance can protect you financially in the event of fire, theft, natural disaster, vandalism, and more.
Parking insurance is an inexpensive option of maintaining coverage on a vehicle that will not be driven for a substantial period of time. This coverage offers no coverage on the road, but protects similarly to comprehensive insurance.
Insurance endorsements, sometimes known as a rider, are supplemental coverages that help to better protect you for specific situations. Endorsements can vary by company and may be dependent on your driving record.
Direct Compensation for Property Damage is the way that car insurance accident claims are handled. Instead of working with another driver's car insurance company for a claim, you will work with your own car insurance provider.