Pets And Auto Insurance: What You Need To Know As A Driver

Posted on: 20 May 2015

Do you take your pup to the dog park a lot? Are you concerned about taking your cat to the vet? What happens if you get hit by another driver -- will your auto insurance help? And what if your accident was your fault? Pets and auto insurance are a complicated subject that many drivers forget to think about. It's important to realize that pets are not covered under "medical" coverage.
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New To Canada?: What You Need To Know About Auto Insurance And Driving

Posted on: 9 April 2015

Auto insurance in Canada varies widely from province to province. The only things that are universal are the government's requirements that every driver have insurance and that every driver carry a "pink" insurance card as proof of insurance. The rest of the auto insurance business is left up to each province's decision to involve the government or allow private insurance to cover drivers. If you are moving to Canada, you should be aware of how auto insurance works in each province and how it can affect your licensing and ability to drive.
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5 Tips For Staying Protected With Used Car Insurance Without Paying A Fortune

Posted on: 18 March 2015

Staying safe on the road means getting car insurance that will help protect you in the event that you're involved in an accident. A lot of people make the mistake of buying a used car without looking into car insurance, resulting in them paying more than they can comfortably afford. If you own a used car or are currently shopping for one, there are a number of unique things to consider so that you can get the coverage you want at a good price.
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What You Need to Know about Home Insurance and Personal Liability

Posted on: 4 March 2015

Did you know that if someone is injured at your house, you could be liable? This person could file a personal injury lawsuit, and you might be responsible for all of their care. This is why it is important that you make sure that you are taking extra precautions to protect yourself and your property. One of the best ways to do that is to make sure that your homeowner's insurance policy covers accidents.
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