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Ontario has compulsory automobile insurance. Before you can attach plates to a vehicle or renew your registration. All vehicles must be insured for third party liability for at least $200,000. This covers you in the event that you injure or kill someone or damage someone's property. Collision insurance to cover damage to your own vehicle is a good idea but not required by law. When driving your own or someone else's vehicle, you must carry the pink liability insurance card for that particular vehicle. You must show this card when a police officer asks for it. If you do not, you can be fined up to $400. Every person who operates a vehicle without insurance is guilty of an offence and is liable on a first conviction to a fine
of not less than $5,000 and not more than $25,000.
In order to see how much you can afford for insurance you should call around for insurance quotes before buying your vehicle. Below you will find numerous insurance companies which you can browse through or obtain a quote from.
|Royal & SunAlliance|
|Scottish and York|
|Dominion of Canada||PC Financial|
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