No matter what kind of vehicle have There are many options when it comes to choosing auto insurance. How much coverage do you need? What deductible should you choose? Do you need any additional endorsements? There’s a lot to consider and it can be a bit overwhelming!

We’ll make sure you have the coverage that fits your needs.

Car Insurance Standard Coverage

Everyone who drives a car in Ontario needs to have insurance. There’s a minimum amount of coverage you need to have by law, and once you’ve got that, you can add options that will cover you for your specific situation.

there are some options to consider for your ideal coverage.

Liability Generic Coverage

Step one for getting car insurance in Ontario is getting Liability coverage. This coverage will protect you if you’re responsible for injuring someone or damaging someone else’s property. For example, if you accidentally hit a light post with your car or you accidentally injure someone while you’re driving.

Accident Benefits

If you’ve been in a collision and you need medical or rehabilitative care because of your injuries, you can rest easy knowing your expenses are taken care of and you’ve got a partial income if you need time off work. It doesn’t matter whether the accident was your fault or someone else’s. Most of these benefits come with optional limits that you can choose.


Collision and Upset coverage protects you from costs to repair damage to your vehicle caused by impact with another vehicle or an object such as a guardrail.

“Coverage against perils other than collision or upset”, previously called Comprehensive, protects you from costs to repair damage to your vehicle from unexpected situations such as fire, theft, vandalism or natural disasters.

  • All Perils protection combines both of the above coverages.
  • Specific Perils coverage protects your vehicle only against specific dangers, such as theft or attempted theft, some natural disasters, riots or civil disturbances.

Saving on Car Insurance up to 30-40%

Everyone loves to save. That’s why we offer so many ways to save more money and keep it where it belongs: in your pocket. Take advantage of discounts, bundles and benefits that can add up to big savings in the long run.

Multiple Vehicles at Same Address

Everyone at your address can save up to 15% on their insurance when they all are at same address.

Student Discount

If you’re under the age of 25 and a full-time student at a recognized college or university in Ontario, you may be eligible to save up to 10% on your insurance.

Winter Tire Discount.

If you’ve got a dedicated set of four winter tires that you use on your car between November and March, you’re eligible to save up to 5% on your car insurance

Anti-theft Discount

You may be eligible to save up to 15% on your Comprehensive Coverage premium if your car has an electronic anti-theft device, like an aftermarket alarm or a tracking system.

Driving Course Certification Discount

If you are a new driver who has taken driving lessons at a school approved by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) you’re eligible for a lower insurance rate (as long as you haven’t had any at-fault accidents).

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Car Insurance

No matter what kind of vehicle have There are many options when it comes to choosing auto insurance.

Commercial Vehicles

This is a broad definition, as commercial vehicles may be fleet vehiclescompany cars, or other vehicles used for business. Vehicles that are designed to carry more than 15 passengers are considered a commercial vehicle.

Two Wheeler

Two-wheeler insurance is mandatory in canada. Falling under the General insurance product category, it helps protect people against accidents that take place on the road. Active two wheeler insurance shields the vehicle owner from any unforeseen occurrences like the accident or any serious damage to the motor vehicle.