MY CHOICE INSURANCE
In Just 3 Minutes, You Could Have Your Choice Of Tailored, Cheap Auto & Home Insurance Quotes from the Best Providers!
Enter Your Postal Code Above to Start Saving.
More Choice. More Savings.
Compare insurance quotes from the top providers
Selecting a car or home insurance policy can be confusing, especially with all the competition bidding for your hard earned dollar. Shopping around for your insurance policy is the key to getting the best deal out there. At My Choice, we make that process easy. We give you choice and peace of mind that you got the best deal, tailored for you.
Getting started is a piece of cake! To get going, just fill out the form and follow the steps. Here you will be able to compare a selection of home and auto insurance rates from top providers to help you save - it’s as simple as that.
Car Insurance Trio Images iPhone
*Actual Quoting Data. Based On A Clean Driving Record.
WHY USE MY CHOICE?
AVERAGE AUTO INSURANCE RATES BY PROVINCE
The following table represents a comparison of the average car insurance rates across the Canadian provinces. Ontarians pay a disproportionate amount more than other provinces for their car insurance.
This annual summary provides a comparison of the cost of having to insure your vehicle, depending on where you live. Leading the way, as you may expect is Ontario, thanks largely due to the number of drivers in the province and its heavily populated cities. Next on the list of high car insurance costs, are British Columbia and Alberta respectively.
|Prince Edward Island||$816|
IT'S EASY AS...
How To Check Your Ontario Driving Record An overview of your driving record tells employers and car insurers how big a risk it would be to hire you or insure you. They can act as […]
BMW vs Mercedes: Which Luxury Car Is Better? It’s said that if you want to own a luxury car, buy German. BMW and Mercedes-Benz are the two brands at the pinnacle of German luxury vehicles. […]
How to Report a Car Accident in Ontario Even if you’re a safe driver, it helps to know what to do when an accident happens. Around 33% of Canadians have or will be involved in […]