Liam Lahey is a versatile, seasoned writer and editor. He worked as both a staff writer and freelance writer for many business and technology publications as well as for several newspapers. He writes about home, auto, and travel insurance, and is the media spokesperson for RATESDOTCA.
Also known as photo radar, more municipalities in Ontario are installing automated speed enforcement cameras in community safety zones to get drivers to slow down.
The coronavirus pandemic and Canada’s economic shutdown is shifting Canadians’ attitudes on how and where they work that will reverberate long after government restrictions ease, a new Rates.ca survey finds.
The heat of summer can impact your vehicle’s performance. Before you take a road trip during the warmer months, here’s how to ensure your wheels are ready to roll and avoid a possible breakdown.
Natural Resources Canada warns the wildfire season will be well above average this year. Find out how you can mitigate the risk to your home and property.
Flooding is the most significant peril facing Canadian homeowners. Most home insurance policies don’t include flood coverage. Here’s how you can try to mitigate that risk.
If you find yourself in an uncomfortable financial position because of COVID-19 and can’t pay your monthly insurance bill, here are ways you can proactively manage the situation and avoid your insurance from being cancelled.
Driving less and looking for ways to save money on car insurance during the coronavirus pandemic? Consider these eight suggestions.
These are extraordinary times for Canadian travellers. Find out what you need to know about how the COVID-19 virus may impact your travel insurance and travel plans.
Whether you’re heading stateside or any popular travel destination to escape winter’s wrath, don’t make the mistake of thinking your provincial health care plan will protect you if you suffer an injury or get sick.
As severe storms erupt across Canada more often, consumers may find their home insurance rates increasing, or they may face challenges finding coverage for their properties altogether.
One out of every four fatal collisions in Canada involves a distracted driver. A distracted driving conviction may increase your auto insurance by as much as 25%.
An Insurance Bureau of Canada comparison of auto insurance premiums in B.C. and Alberta shows most drivers in B.C. pay higher premiums for similar coverage than drivers in Alberta.
Over 9 million Canadians were victims of some form of cybercrime in 2018. Learn how to protect yourself online and about the identity theft and fraud protection you can add to your home insurance or condo insurance policy.
The goal of driver-assist technologies is to make our roads safer, so why aren’t auto insurance rates decreasing?