Car Insurance in Muskoka.
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Muskoka car insurance.
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If you’re looking for auto insurance in Muskoka, we can help. Our insurance brokers are experts in the local market. We do the research so you don’t have to and we’ll make sure that you get the coverage you need so that you’re fully protected.
Auto insurance in Ontario.
Basic insurance - it's the law.
Car insurance liability coverage is mandatory for driving in Canada. Fines for vehicle owners and drivers who do not carry valid auto insurance can range from $5,000 to $50,000.
Ontario has a “no-fault” car insurance system which means that regardless of who is at fault, you will deal with your own insurance company for your injuries and the damage to your vehicle.
If you drive in Ontario, you must have mandatory minimum insurance which includes the following coverages:
If you have an at-fault accident, you can be sued for injuring someone or for property damage. It will cover court-awarded settlements, legal fees, and out-of-court settlements up to the limit of your coverage. By law you must carry a minimum of $200,000 in Third-Party Liability coverage. We recommend $2 million in coverage.
If you are injured in a car accident, there are basic accident benefits that are automatically included in your policy for medical costs over and above what OHIP provides, including a portion of lost income, medical rehabilitation, and attendant care.
Though basic auto insurance is mandatory in Ontario, there is still a very real possibility of getting into an accident with someone who does not have insurance or does not have enough coverage or flees the scene. This covers costs if the other driver is uninsured or under-insured.
If you are in an accident caused by someone else, this portion of your coverage pays to repair your vehicle, with no deductible. It will also provide you with a rental car while your vehicle is being repaired or replaced.
Beyond these mandatory coverages, in order to operate a vehicle, there are other options (see below) that you should consider to ensure that you are properly protecting your asset.
No matter what kind of vehicle you are insuring you can choose various levels of coverage, depending on how much protection you want for your car.
Protects you from costs to repair damage to your vehicle caused by impact with another vehicle or an object such as a guardrail.
Increased accident benefits are available above the standard minimum coverage in your auto policy.
The standard maximum amount for medical, rehabilitation and attendant care expenses, such as physiotherapy, chiropractic treatment or an aide to assist you if you have been seriously injured is $65,000. If you are catastrophically injured, the standard maximum is $1,000,000. Optional benefits are available up to $3,000,000.
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- The type of vehicle your drive
- Your driving record, including previous accidents, the length of time you’ve been licensed, whether you’ve taken driver training, speeding tickets, impaired driving convictions, etc. The better your record is, the better your premium.
- Where you live.
- Your age, gender and marital status.
- The amount you drive.
Yes. Choose a vehicle with good security features. For example, if you buy a vehicle with a high theft rate, your premium will be higher.
All licensed drivers in your household must be disclosed. If they are not currently listed on an auto insurance policy, they must be listed on yours or specifically excluded as a driver.
More information about auto insurance.
Drivers are always looking for ways to lower the cost of the car insurance. OPCF 49 is a new endorsement implemented by the Ontario government