Said Person

Is Becky’s car covered?


In most cases, your auto insurance policy follows the car, so Rebecca is likely covered beyond the usual deductibles. Of course, depending on Rebecca’s record, her insurance may go up as a result of the accident – so it begs the question: should you lend your car to a relative’s partner who is directionally challenged? Probably not. With the right Commonwell policy and independent broker, you’ll know where you stand before accidents happen. And we can hook you up with a really smart broker today, right here.

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1. If I lend my car to my neighbour Bozwell and he rear ends someone on the highway, whose insurance goes up?
2. If I buy a red car, will my insurance be higher than if I'd bought a white car?
3. I'm a good driver without tickets or any accidents. Why do my rates increase every year?
4. If I'm using my personal pick-up truck or car as a business vehicle, is it still covered under my personal auto policy?
5. I hit a patch of ice and my car wraps itself around a tree. I blame either the ice or the tree. Is that considered At Fault?
6. Are insurance companies allowed to charge whatever they want for auto insurance coverage?
7. When I moved from Collingwood to Brampton, my insurance went up: Same car, same driver, higher rates. Why?
8. The parking police in my town pick on me. Do my rates go up when I get parking tickets?
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