Auto insurance is ever-changing, as well as being a complicated purchase for consumers. We understand your frustration, and we appreciate the opportunity to provide you with professional advice and solutions.
No matter how many years we’re on the road, there are always ways to improve vehicles, insurance and driving skills. Erie Mutual has the expertise to better understand a confusing auto insurance policy. We realize it’s tough to make informed decisions when auto insurers use complicated language. That’s why we’re here for our clients to explain coverage, options available and what to expect if an accident occurs. Our claims team will take great care f you when you need us.
If you are in the market of buying a new or used automobile, there is always plenty to consider. Some of us may be spontaneous and impulsive when we instantly fall in love with a vehicle and we become quick to close the deal, many others prefer to take their due diligence and prolong the shopping cycle.
Ugh, that is usually the first thought when it comes to winter driving on Ontario roads. Who could blame you? Accidents happen often enough throughout the year, no one wants the increased stress of winter conditions and unpredictable weather to add to their daily travel.
If you have purchased snow tires, we are glad you did. Amazingly, few drivers make the change during the winter season and continue to rely on their all-season tires for reliability in poor winter weather conditions.
There are an abundance of e-bikes on the streets these days. And sometimes, on the sidewalks too! Some drivers with helmets, others without. E-Bikes that go zipping past at a good speed and others that seem to be moving slower than pedestrians walking alongside. We realize the need to find alternative transportation, considering the cost of owning a vehicle and the lack of public transit in some areas. But have e-bikes become a convenience or a nuisance on our roads?
Auto insurance is much more than just a necessity. In fact, the law requires that you carry auto insurance, but that does not mean that the law expects that you understand your auto insurance. We realize that most drivers really do not know a lot about the coverage or even the limits under their auto insurance policy. The truth is that auto insurance is not easy to understand, and given that it seems to change every few years makes it that much more frustrating to grasp as a consumer. We not only feel your pain, we also share it.
Owning or driving an automobile requires a high level of responsibility, something that should not be taken lightly. An important element of that responsibility is to ensure that you, or other drivers of your vehicle, always have proper documentation readily available should you be involved in an auto accident or stopped by police in regards to a violation of the highway traffic act.