Auto Insurance

Do You Have Adequate Auto Insurance Coverage?

Do You Have Adequate Auto Insurance Coverage?

Government responses to the pandemic fundamentally changed the way many professionals use their home. Those who continue to leverage their home as an office or workspace have had to update their homeowners insurance to account for this. What many of these same...

Going on a Road Trip? How to Safely Pack Your Roof Rack

Going on a Road Trip? How to Safely Pack Your Roof Rack

Summer is here and it's road trip time for tens of thousands of BC residents. You're car has been tuned up, you've mapped out the route(s), snacks have been packed, and your luggage and emergency kit have been tucked in the trunk. At this point it doesn't seem like...

EV Insurance Risks You May Not Know About

EV Insurance Risks You May Not Know About

BC is already a leader in electric vehicle (EV) sales in North America. But after experiencing the highest consumer gas prices in history, the number of EVs on the road is about to skyrocket. While beneficial for the environment and your pocketbook (once the initial...

Will Gas Prices Increase Auto Insurance Risk?

Will Gas Prices Increase Auto Insurance Risk?

Metro Vancouverites who braved the gas pumps this weekend were met with new record-breaking prices, with some stations charging 236.9 cents per litre! Seeing as BC Premier John Horgan confirmed that the cost to fuel our vehicles is "absolutely related" to Russian...

Is Your Car Covered for Extreme Weather?

Is Your Car Covered for Extreme Weather?

We've provided British Columbia drivers with numerous tips to safe driving despite wild weather. In following these guides, drivers are able to avoid accidents and subsequent damage and liability claims. But weather can do more than impact one's ability to safely...

Spring Break Insurance and Safety Tips 2022

Spring Break Insurance and Safety Tips 2022

For obvious reasons, it has been three years since we've published our otherwise annual guide to enjoying a safe and liability-free spring break. But now that BC Public Health Order (PHO) restrictions have been lifted on many spring break types of activities in the...

How to Prevent SUV Theft

How to Prevent SUV Theft

The data is in, and it turns out that SUVs were the top Canadian target for auto theft last year. This is a real bummer because most SUV owners are family units who depend upon the vehicle for essential household duties. That, and soccer practice pickup. While there...

Auto Insurance News | Top 3 Stories from 2021

Auto Insurance News | Top 3 Stories from 2021

We recently published an article about the Top Stories in Homeowners Insurance for 2021, and we now switch focus to the road. It was an equally eventful annum for automobile insurance policyholders, and as such it's important for drivers to heed the events of the past...