Category: Insurance Statistics

Average Car Insurance Rates Across Canadian Provinces

Car insurance rates vary across Canada, thanks to a multitude of factors. There are both public and private run insurance programs throughout the nation, with Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia relying on provincial run coverage, while the rest of Canada is privately insured, through multiple independent insurance companies. Generally, private insurance coverage has proven to […]

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The Top 10 Most Stolen Cars in Alberta in 2017

Having your vehicle stolen is much more than just an insurance hassle, it’s expensive! Vehicle theft costs Canadians millions of dollars each year in replacements, repairs, police and more. Have you ever wondered if certain vehicles are stolen more often? Even more, have you ever wondered if your car is a potential target? Thanks to […]

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10 Cheapest Cars to Insure in Canada

Purchasing a vehicle is a considerable investment, but purchase price should not be the only consideration. Fuel economy is a priority for many consumers, as well as, the costs involved with regular care and maintenance. All vehicles on the road are required by law to have auto insurance to provide financial protection for the policyholder and other drivers in case of collision. […]

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What Alberta City has the Most Expensive Auto Insurance?

The average auto insurance in Alberta is around $1,088 per year; however, rates can vary greatly (up to 14 per cent above average) across the cities. Are you ready to see how your city stacks up? The following study was completed by kanetix.ca and all calculations are based off of a 35 year old male […]

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2015 Car Insurance Prices Across Canadian Provinces

In 2014, we posted an article highlighting the average car insurance prices across the provinces. Times have changed, and so have auto insurance rates! Read on for an updated breakdown of insurance rates in Canada, from most to least expensive. The insurance prices were taken from data collected in 2015. We will also compare the […]

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GUEST POST: Edmonton Driving Statistics and Modern Accident Technology

Drivers in Edmonton, Alberta, have long been known as some of the worst in the nation. As a whole, they disregard traffic laws and safe-driving practices while acknowledging that this leads to accidents that may involve serious injuries or fatalities. Several organizations, including a local law firm, have decided to do something about this issue […]

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The 9 Best Family Vehicles

When choosing a family car, which will hold your most precious cargo, you want a vehicle that prioritizes safety, reliability and comfort while still being stylish. These best family vehicles are a mix of features and styles to choose from: Dodge Grand Caravan, Chrysler Town & Country The Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town and […]

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Canada’s Top Selling Cars in 2014

Last year, Canada saw many faces returning to its list of top selling cars, though there are a few surprising newcomers and a few old faces that have taken on new positions in the pecking order. While these top selling cars may not be the average Canadian’s dream car, they’re that perfect balance of quality, […]

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