One of the first things people tend to look at when trying to find ways to save money on monthly costs is car insurance. For many in Edmonton, the monthly costs for their auto coverage represents a significant part of their paychecks - especially if one doesn't have many years of clean history with no accidents or tickets. So when is the best time to remove optional vehicle insurance, such as collision and comprehensive coverage?
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Don't let a auto collision insurance claim ruin your summer fun! Summertime always means vacation time for most drivers, especially students and employees. Some even plan their summer vacations months in advance just to cut the worries and reduce the hassle of preparations. However, one of the most important factors that families should consider is…Read more
Edmonton: Effective November 1, 2012 and in compliance with Order No. 02-12 from the Alberta Automobile Insurance Rate Board, many Alberta insurance companies have increased basic coverage (Third Party Liability and Accident Benefits) premiums on private passenger vehicles by 5%. This applies only to grid rated premiums, and does not impact non grid rated premiums.…Read more
As per a press release issued by Intact Financial Corporation earlier today on its website, Intact Financial Corporation (TSX: IFC) has purchased AXA Canada, the 6th largest home, auto and business insurance company in Canada, for $2.6 billion CDN. All existing clients of AXA Canada in Alberta will eventually be transitioned to Intact within the…Read more
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