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How to choose the best car insurance coverage ?

Hey,

I plan to buy a new car for my office use. As insurance is mandatory to drive on Canadian roads, I researched on insurance coverage policies. But I'm still doubtful in choosing the policies suitable for my car. I require a policy that covers my colleagues and my family. I googled and found an auto insurance broker in Pembroke. I have read the reviews they had and I'm satisfied with their services.

Does anyone have similar insurance policies that cover their colleagues? Does the coverage require more amount than the normal? Share your insights.

Thanks!

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Ontario has a lot of pages on this.
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I would like to get the suggestions of experienced people

I haven't consulted them. I plan to consult them by next week. Before that, I would like to get some suggestions from the experienced people. That's why I'm here. Thanks for sharing the link.

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I pay exactly zero for my auto insurance.

I don't drive.
Happy

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