COMPARE WINDSOR AUTO INSURANCE

Free Comparison Of Windsor Car Insurance Quotes.
Get A Quote In Minutes & Save More!

Postal Code
Male and female in car driving, female with hands above her head
Featured Companies
Unica logo Cheiftain logo coachman logo dominion logo echelon logo economical logo gore logo intact logo jevco logo northwaterloo logo optimum logo pafco logo peelmutual logo pembridge logo perth logo portage logo southeasthope logo wawanesa logo northbridge logo rsa logo aviva logo aviva traders logo peace hills logo sgi canada logo allstate logo my generation logo facility association logo the guarantee logo

Rates.ca Car Insurance

Windsor, Ontario is a beautiful city on the shores of Lake Erie. This city has a fascinating historical background. For example, Windsor was once a sanctuary for runaway slaves. It has also been the home of thousands of monarch butterflies for hundreds of years. One of the best ways to travel the city is by car, so you can fully drink in all the sights and attractions.

Windsor is only about half a mile from Detroit, Michigan. To get to the city from the U.S., one can take either the Ambassador Bridge or the Windsor-Detroit tunnel.
Insurance is Mandatory
It is mandatory to have auto insurance while driving in Windsor, Ontario. There are many automobile insurance companies to choose from in the Windsor area, but finding the right one can be daunting task. Below are some tips on how to select an auto insurance company to best suit your needs.

Before you begin, determine what type of auto insurance you need. This may include liability insurance, comprehensive insurance, personal injury insurance and collision insurance. Certain areas may require a minimum amount of coverage. More information on this is available from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Knowing your minimum requirements is the first step toward selecting affordable auto insurance.

To make sure that you are getting the best deal, it is important to shop around for the lowest prices. You will need to compare several different companies and their insurance rates in order to accurately determine which one can best serve you. Collect information from five to ten different insurance companies before you make your decision; this information should include the pros and cons of each company and insurance quotes.
Different Types of Auto Insurance Providers
There are three main types of auto insurers in the Windsor area: insurance brokers, captive agents and direct providers.

Captive agents work as a representative for a single insurance company. They are able to provide personalized services to the customer because they do not have to understand the ins and outs of different companies. Because they do not have to learn the rules and policies of multiple insurance carriers, they are experts in their field and may be able to give more accurate information regarding their services than those who are not as specialized.

Insurance brokers, on the other hand, work for multiple insurance companies. Using an auto insurance broker is one way to compare different auto insurers to obtain the best rates.

A direct provider removes the need for a go-between, thus eliminating excess fees. Not all direct providers are the same so be sure to look around carefully and compare.

Make sure that the licences of your prospective insurance agencies are up-to-date. You can check with the Insurance Bureau of Canada to determine the validity of an insurance company's licence.

Additionally, take a look at customer complaint ratios for the companies in question. A good customer satisfaction record speaks highly of the services of a company.
How to save on your car insurance with Rates.ca
Answer a few basic questions about yourself and your vehicle to get started
Get multiple quotes from top insurance companies within minutes, all for free
Choose one of the quotes and start saving!
Car Insurance Guides

Thumbnail image of guide
What Are Auto Insurance Deductibles?
Thumbnail image of guide
Seniors Auto Insurance
Thumbnail image of guide
Car Insurance Claims
Thumbnail image of guide
Personal Auto Insurance
Thumbnail image of guide
Car Insurance Rates
Thumbnail image of guide
Car Insurance Companies
Thumbnail image of guide
High Risk Drivers
Thumbnail image of guide
Finding Cheap Insurance Agents
Thumbnail image of guide
Buying Car Insurance
Thumbnail image of guide
Insurance For Modified Cars
Thumbnail image of guide
Leased Car Insurance
Thumbnail image of guide
Auto Insurance by Gender
Thumbnail image of guide
Most Expensive Cars To Insure
Thumbnail image of guide
Car Insurance Application
Thumbnail image of guide
Car Insurance For Young Drivers
Thumbnail image of guide
Exotic Car Insurance
Thumbnail image of guide
Common Accident Coverages
Thumbnail image of guide
Cheapest Cars To Insure
Thumbnail image of guide
Car Insurance Coverage
Thumbnail image of guide
Car Insurance Discounts
Thumbnail image of guide
First Time Car Insurance
Thumbnail image of guide
First Time Car Insurance
Thumbnail image of guide
Car Insurance Myths
Thumbnail image of guide
Hybrid Car Insurance
Stay On Top of Your Finances
Sign up to subscribe to our newsletter, receive alerts when rates change or schedule a reminder prior to the renewal of your insurance policy and/or mortgage
FAQ
Are there any fees associated with comparing rates on Rates.ca?
Comparing rates on Rates.ca is absolutely free! We get paid by the brokers and financial services companies we work with so our service always remains free for the consumer.
What products can I compare on Rates.ca?
Currently you can compare car insurance quotes, mortgage rates and credit card offers.
What provinces is Rates.ca available in?
Car insurance is currently only available to Ontario & Alberta residents. Mortgages and credit cards are available across Canada.
How will the information I provide on the site be used?
Any information that you provide on Rates.ca will only be transferred to the financial services provider who you've chosen to share it with in order to fulfil your request. We will not sell your information to any third parties without your consent.
Is Rates.ca a broker?
Rates.ca is not a broker and is not affiliated with any particular financial services company. This allows us to take an objective/un-biased position in helping you compare products on our site.
How does Rates.ca make money?
We get compensated by insurance and mortgage brokers for referrals we send to them and by credit card issuers for approved credit card applications originating from our site. We only send referrals to our partners when you indicate that you want to be contacted by them. We do not sell your information to third parties without your consent.
How do I change my subscription preferences?
Simply click on "Edit Existing Subscriptions" at the top of the Subscriptions page. You will be promoted to enter your email and check your inbox for an email from us containing a link to edit your current subscriptions. Every Rates.ca email also contains this link at the bottom. You will be able to change your subscriptions as well as unsubscribe. You may also email [email protected] to request any changes to your subscriptions.