Canadian car Insurance Calculator
How much do you spend on your car insurance each year? If you’re with the wrong insurance company, you could be overpaying for your car insurance by hundreds, even thousands of dollars a year. The InsuranceHotline car insurance calculator can help you save, and it takes just minutes.
How is it that I can be with the ‘wrong’ company?
No single company offers the best car insurance rate for everyone. That’s because there’s a lot that goes into calculating an insurance rate, like where you live, your driving and insurance history, your driving record and the vehicle you drive—and every insurance company calculates their rates differently on these factors. It often boils down to the insurer’s own claims experience and it’s safe to say from this standpoint, no two insurers are alike. What’s more, an insurer’s claims experience will change over time. So even if you were with the ‘right’ company 3 years ago, they could be the ‘wrong’ company today.
Really though, how much of a difference can it make using the car insurance calculator in Ontario?
A lot. Consider the difference between the highest and lowest quotes available through the car insurance rate calculator for each of the following examples. We picked a few cities across Ontario, and popular vehicles just to see how much can be saved (or lost) depending on the insurance company you’re with.
- 25-year-old living in Ottawa driving a Toyota Corolla. The difference: $590.
- 30-year-old living in Peterborough driving a Hyundai Elantra. The difference: $533.
- 35-year-old living in Cambridge driving a Ford Escape. The difference: $442.
- 40-year-old living in Toronto driving a Honda Civic. The difference: $1, 125.
- 45-year-old living in Ajax driving a Dodge Grand Caravan. The difference: $603.
- 50-year-old living in London driving a Chevrolet Equinox. The difference: $471.
No matter where you live, what you drive, or your driving and insurance history, there’s an opportunity to save money on your car insurance premiums if you shop around, and shopping around is easy if you use a car insurance calculator.
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Is US car insurance card sufficient to drive in Canada or a "yellow card" needed? | Yahoo Answers
Is there any official word/regulation about this?
Most of my Allstate agents do not seem to know about this requirement of Yellow card while driving car into Canada... also known as Non-residence inter-province motor vehicle liability insurance card.
Well. Yellow card is old system and no longer needed as per Allstate corporate office... if anyone thinks it is needed pls search and give current official website/link for that requirement.