- Auto telematics allows insurers to know their clients better and therefore protect against auto insurance fraud.
- People who take everyday doses of painkillers have a 20-to-40-per-cent greater risk of crashing their cars, a Canadian study shows.
- CAA South Central Ontario calls on Toronto to focus on public safety and repair deteriorating Gardiner Expressway.
- Young female drivers in U.K. saw premiums rise 22% after gender-based pricing ruling by European Court of Justice.
- Good news for consumers and insurers, Ontario Ministry of Health increases transparency by giving Regulatory Health colleges go ahead to make cautions public.
- Results of weekend voting: Pupatello 504, Wynne 463, Kennedy 257, Takhar 244, Sousa 198, Hoskins 104, Independent 67. This is not leadership vote but selection of delegates committed to vote for particular candidate in 2 weeks and who join several hundred other eligible voters.
Tuesday, 15 January 2013
Insurance News - Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Here are the leading auto insurance headlines from ONTARIO AUTO INSURANCE TOPICS ON TWITTER for Tuesday, January 15, 2013: