- A Nova Scotia driver found guilty of killing teens while impaired by drugs may be the first conviction of its kind in Canada.
- Rate evasion takes place in states with high auto insurance premiums like New York, New Jersey and Florida where drivers buy insurance in another state. It's also considered insurance fraud.
- Rhode Island insurers are lobbying the governor to veto a bill that would permits auto repair shops to deem a car repairable or a total loss. They are concerned about the impact on rates.
- Earlier this week Hamilton police pulled over an 11-year-old driver who was out doing errands for his neighbour. Police have since charged a 68-year-old female with permitting an unlicensed driver to drive a vehicle and having no insurance.
- Here is the story behind the $200,000 Ferrari that was abandoned in Monday's flood. It is owned by a lawyer who was in a hurry to get to a hearing in Ottawa. He actually made it out of town.
Thursday, 11 July 2013
Insurance News - Thursday, July 11, 2013
Here are the leading auto insurance headlines from ONTARIO AUTO INSURANCE TOPICS ON TWITTER for Thursday, July 11, 2013: