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When it comes to purchasing car insurance, going for the cheapest rate can be tempting in order to save money. After all, rates are already high enough as it is.
But you might be surprised what basic things aren’t always included in a base rate. As per Canadian laws, the most basic plans generally only cover the damage that you’ve caused to another person or their property involved in a collision. Even if you opt for more vehicle coverage, there are some important add-ons that you could be missing.
This article will go through some add-ons that you might want to consider when purchasing an auto insurance plan.
This might be one of the most important add-ons if you’re completely dependent on your car every day. A rental car add-on means that your insurer will pay for a rental car – often a similar model to your own vehicle – in the case that your vehicle needs to be in the shop for an extended period while undergoing repairs after an accident.
If you don’t have this add-on, you’ll likely be scrambling to find a cheap rental car or other transportation solutions when a serious collision happens…
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