Do You Still Use Your Vehicle in the Same Way ?

Working from home, homeschooling, online grocery shopping: our lifestyle habits have changed since the start of the pandemic. Undoubtedly, containment means a decrease in car travel. We therefore worked with our insurance partners to offer you solutions during this period. Find out how to ease your premium payment!

Questions to Ask Yourself

Do you still travel as many kilometres? Your annual mileage may have changed due to telecommuting.

Do you still use your car? If you are a fan of online shopping and grocery shopping, your car may have been unused and parked for some time. You could put it into storage.

If you answered no to both of these questions, your car insurance premium may be reduced by $5 to $20 per month during the confinement period, based on your driving habits. This credit may be provided retroactive to March 16, 2020, depending on when you started to use your vehicle differently. Contact your broker to learn if this reduction applies to your situation. When you start driving your vehicle more regularly again, remember to tell your broker so as to ensure that you are covered if an accident occurs.

Have you started using your car more often than before?

Perhaps you have begun to provide a delivery service, either for grocery orders, pharmaceutical products, or prepared meals. If so, you must notify your broker, because if an accident occurs, it would very likely not be covered by your current coverage.

We have rapidly made it possible for the vast majority of our team to work from home. Of course, this was to comply with government directives, but mainly to continue to serve you well. Thank you for the trust you place in us daily. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 1-888-527-3281.

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