Summer Road trips

Summer Road Trips

Summer is the perfect time to go on a road trip with your friends or family. Whether you’re staying close to home or travelling afar, there are many things to consider, such a routes, traffic, snacks and insurance. Are you prepared in case you get in an accident? Understand where you are With every border…

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The story of a Brain Injury Survivor

In 1993, Madeleine Welton could go anywhere she wanted and do anything she wanted. Then she was involved in a car accident that changed her life forever. The accident In October, 1993, Madeleine was driving with her two young sons. Next thing she knew, a car drove across three lanes of highway, through a wired…

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Your Best Insurance Options this Season

Helmets, seatbelts, advanced technology and the finest protective gear known to man. Months of training, careful driving and a strong pledge to always ride sober. None of these things will guarantee protection in a fatal accident. At the end of the day, the most important thing you can do for yourself and for loved ones…

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Foolproof Guide for First Time Riders

There are over 700,000 motorcycles on Canadian roads every year. This number keeps growing year to year, and so do the number of accidents and fatalities. Over half of all motorcycle accidents occur among riders who have been on their bike for less than 5 months. In other words, new riders are the ones most…

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The misconceptions of MVA

The misconceptions of MVA

If you had a plumbing issue, would you call a plumber? Probably. Unless you’ve had proven experience fixing leaky pipes, trusting a licensed professional would be your best bet. We think the same holds true regarding motor vehicle accidents. There are many misconceptions regarding driving laws and accident best-practices. Your best option is always to…

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The Psychology of Driving

What kind of driver are you? You may think driving is a systematic task with little variation, but the truth is, our personality, life stresses, and various everyday factors tend to impact the way we behave on the road.  To put it shortly, driving is based purely on behaviour. Perception, cognition, emotion, and social acumen…

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