Monthly Archives: January 2017

Newly released car accident data reveals current trends

There are many things that can go wrong on the streets and highways of New Brunswick, and it seems the chances of a car accident occurring on any particular day are less random than one might assume. Some recently unveiled statistics have revealed some interesting trends. Allstate Insurance Company of Canada just released the results of a two-year study of its customers in four Canadian provinces, including New Brunswick. In general, the number of collisions is trending upwards, in one province by as much as 17.8 percent from one year to the next. New Brunswick had the lowest collision frequency rate among [...]

Insurance: the difference between PLPD and comprehensive coverages

Every car insurance policy written in the maritimes is obliged to, by law, cover a minimum amount of coverage and benefits. Every vehicle owner is minimally insured with what we commonly refer to as PLPD. These minimum benefits apply to all motor vehicles, whether it be an automobile, a motorcycle, a truck, a snowmobile or even an ATV. Depending on the type of claim, insurance policies are divided into what they consider to be four sections: 1. Section "A": This section is PLPD coverage, otherwise known as Public Liability and Property Damage. This is the most basic form of automobile [...]

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