What you use your vehicle for and how often you’re behind the wheel can be a contributing factor in setting car insurance premiums. To get the best rates possible, always try to be as specific as you can about your driving habits. You might consider installing a Usage-Based Insurance (UBI) unit on your car, which tracks where and how you drive, to provide proof of your driving habits. These devices often reward good driving behavior (and penalize bad driving habits such as speeding).
With the unique challenges facing Brampton drivers, locating the lowest car insurance rates is a priority for many. Ratelab’s car insurance calculator is a powerful comparison shopping tool that matches insurance needs with the lowest cost providers. Start the quote process by entering your home postal code below. The process takes just a few minutes and provides you with up to 10 car insurance estimates matched to your needs.
For the most part, cars that are considered compact, mid-size and full size are the most common vehicles quoted from Ontario drivers. The Honda CR-V and Ford Escape are the only crossovers that made it on this list. Although the Dodge Grand Caravan didn’t make the list of top 10, it was number 11, making it a top choice for Ontario drivers that require a family-friendly vehicle.
We know that having a complete vehicle insurance plan in Ontario is important — one that will cover you on our snowy back roads in cottage country to the morning gridlock on the 401. Sometimes in this province you never know what driving conditions you’ll face, which is why you need a comprehensive plan. At PC insurance, we take that very seriously. As a car insurance broker, we shop at up to nine car insurance companies to make sure you get the best rates for your specific driving situation. And we are available 24/7 to help you with any claims.
Would you like to receive rewards for driving well? Participate in our innovative en-route Auto Program and you could see your insurance discounted by up to 25%*! We send you a wireless device† – at no cost – that's easy to install under your steering column. Once in place, it will track your driving, and you will be rewarded for travelling less, avoiding late-night journeys and braking/accelerating safely. You can rest easy knowing that the entire program is free, and that your premium cannot increase as a result – the data is only used to calculate your discount. Sign up today and save 5% instantly!
Cutting back car insurance coverage to meet the provincial minimum requirement is only an option for a few drivers who are able and willing to take on the financial costs of repairing or replacing a vehicle after an accident. The standard provincial policy does not include collision or comprehensive insurance provisions. However, drivers financing car purchases may find that lenders have insurance requirements.
Certain conditions apply. The OMA Auto & Home Insurance Program is underwritten by The Personal General Insurance Inc. in Quebec and by The Personal Insurance Company in all other provinces and territories (collectively carrying on business as “The Personal”). The discounts and savings referred to are for Ontario residents only. Certain products and services may not be available in all provinces and territories. Auto insurance not available in Manitoba, Saskatchewan or British Columbia due to government-run plans. The clauses and terms pertaining to the described coverages are detailed in the insurance policy. Certain restrictions and exclusions are included therein.
Here's what happens in case of a covered accident: First, you report a claim — online, or through your agent. If there's damage to your vehicle, you can choose your own repair shop or one of our preferred auto shops, which provide great repairs and guaranteed completion dates. Then, subject to the terms and conditions of your auto insurance policy, we pay for the damages. Our claim specialists help find repair facilities in your area, keep you updated on work being done, and process your claim quickly and efficiently.