Have someone deal with this auto insurance companies in Canada? who do you recommend?

Have someone deal with this auto insurance companies in Canada? who do you recommend?

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I reocommend RBC insurance, they were $400 dollars cheaper then the next guy. Just get a online insurance quote. I got one from http://www.auto-insurance-knowledge.com/…This compared all the major companies and gave me the 4 best prices!Hope that helpsSource(s):http://www.auto-insurance-knowledge.com/…


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