Dave Webb is a writer and editor of 30 years’ experience. He has written about municipal politics, conservation issues, information technology, medical technology, music, and the manmade diamond industry along with insurance. And some sports. He is also an avid semi-professional roots musician. He lives in Toronto.
A vehicle identification number (VIN) is a vehicle’s fingerprint, and it can reveal a trove of information about a car. Here’s why it’s a good idea to check a VIN before purchasing a vehicle.
Demand for life insurance may be on the rise during the pandemic as more Canadians consider buying a policy or reviewing ones they already have. If you’re thinking of applying for a policy, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Taking steps to make sure your vehicle is winter ready involves installing snow tires, clearing all the snow and ice off your vehicle, and driving carefully. Here’s what you should know.
In-vehicle infotainment systems are supposed to make driving safer by minimizing the amount of physical interaction with the system. However, they may be making driving more dangerous.
Your vehicle spends most of its time at rest. Anything can happen to your car while it’s parked. If you park it for an extended period, what’s the best way to ensure it is protected?
Travel restrictions are easing, and maybe you will be able to get to the cottage this summer. Depending on your policy, the pandemic lockdown make have already affected your seasonal insurance coverage.
Electric vehicles may cost more upfront, but the long-term operating costs — including auto insurance — may be cheaper.
The COVID-19 lockdown offers a unique opportunity for spring cleaning and taking action to prevent the most common home insurance claims.
Usage-based insurance or pay-as-you-go insurance based on driving behaviour can result in reduced premiums for drivers.
As an Alberta government task force looks for ways to contain the rising cost of auto insurance, one option may be to expand the province’s no-fault insurance rules.