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Who offers cheapest auto insurance in ontario canada?
there isn't one that's cheapest for everyone, if there was then the others would all go bankruptSource(s):the rooster

Why are there not many big auto insurance companies operating in Massachusetts?
Until a year or so ago, the auto insurance rates in Massachusetts were set by the state, and insurance companies were NOT allowed to refuse to write a policy for someone. The insurance companies were losing a ton of money in Massachusetts, and most pulled out decades ago. As of a few years...

What is the bare minimum for full coverage auto insurance?
Victor B has a great answer. All I would add is that you should ask your finance company what exactly they mean by "full coverage." As Victor alluded to, "full coverage" is not any kind of set standard for the insurance industry. It just means liability + comp/collision. But, the sticking point...

Which state laws govern an out of state auto accident?
The laws for the state where the accident happened govern how the claim will be handled. If a law suit were to be filed, it would be filed in the state where the accident happened.That being said, your policy language does not change just because the accident happened out of state. You still...

UK citizen needing Canadian auto insurance (help!)?
Ignore Kinley, he's the resident spammer. Automobile insurance in Canada is a provincial jurisdiction, therefore the rules in Quebec do not apply in Ontario which do not apply in British Columbia, etc. The rules in Quebec are pretty cut and dry when it comes to needing a Quebec licence, and...