Did you know that effective back in June 1, 2016, Insurance Companies in Ontario can no longer use a minor at-fault accident occurring on or after June 1, 2016 that meets certain criteria to increase your automobile premiums?  Provided that no payment has been made by any Insurer, there are no injuries, damages to each car and property were less than $2,000 per car and were paid by the at-fault driver, your premiums will not increase as a result of this type of accident.  This rule applies to one minor accident every three years.  Call us today to learn more!

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