How to Save Money on Auto Insurance
You belong in the insurance driver's seat. That means giving you tools to make smart and informed decisions on your policy. We are sharing some tricks of the trade to help you save on auto insurance. One of the best ways to save is by bundling your policy with home, renters or condo insurance. This alone can help you save up to 20%. Also, if you have several drivers in your household, you can save by listing everyone on a single policy. This is especially true if the drivers are low-risk or occasional drivers.
isure’s Complete Guide to Auto Insurance
Auto insurance protects your vehicle, your family, and yourself from unforeseen damages. It is mandatory by law, so you should never drive a car without it. Most standard insurance policies in Ontario include third party liability and accident benefits. There are many factors that affect your insurance rates. For example, location has a significant impact on what you pay! The reason is that some areas are more populated or have a higher risk of theft, accident, or damage.
A Complete List of Auto Insurance Discounts
If you're reading this, you are already doing more to save on your insurance than most people. Auto insurance discounts are available for a variety of reasons. They range from lifestyle, vehicle, history, and more. The amount you can save varies, so start by contacting us for an auto insurance quote and see what you might save! Today, we're sharing a list of the most common insurance discounts. Why? Because at isure, we care about our customers! Read the full list below, and then get a quote from us ASAP. You'll be glad you did.
Why you should be using insurance brokers
If you’re looking for insurance, you’ve likely seen two types of insurance providers listed. One is an insurance agent, while the others are insurance brokers. The difference between the two is significant. An insurance agent represents one insurance company and attempts to sell you on their service. An insurance broker acts as an intermediary between insurance providers and you. Their existence is to help you get the right insurance for the best rate. That, is reason enough to be using insurance brokers for all your insurance needs.
How is my auto insurance premium calculated?
Many accidents happen in this world. Insurance exists to cover the small percentage of contributors with losses. As such, small payments to the insurance pool per month (or per year) leads to larger coverage for everyone. Thus, the entire group has protection, or “insurance” in case of a car accident. But have you ever wondered how insurance premiums in Ontario are calculated? We’re here to walk you through it.
Speeding ticket and how it affects auto insurance rate in Ontario
Speeding tickets are one of the most common driving tickets issued in Ontario. While speeding is something you should avoid doing, sometimes it happens. Speeding tickets impact your auto insurance, but few people know what the impact is. In almost all cases, your insurance premiums will go up. But, the impact is not immediate. When you receive a ticket, you get a speeding fine and demerit points. But it's only when you pay the ticket that it goes on your record where an insurer can see it.
Most Common Auto Insurance Questions Answered!
Every day at isure, we help our clients navigate the world of auto insurance. Part of that includes answering all your insurance questions. Not only do we want to find you a great policy for the best rate, we want you to fully understand your policy. As an insurance broker, we work for our clients' best interests and continue to do so long after the first policy is sold. We asked you for some of your most common questions, and today we're going to answer them all!
Auto Insurance Myths Debunked
There are some interesting myths that people believe are true. Many wonder if red cars do factor in insurance costs. Others believe that all insurance rates are the same no matter the company. Today, we’re going to set the record straight by debunking some of the most common insurance myths!