As the final long weekend of the summer is nearing – many are getting ready for one last trip up to the cottage or camping excursion. While focus is placed on ensuring that the coolers are filled and bags are packed many people forget to double-check the condition of their vehicles.
Here is a quick checklist to look over before you hit the road so that you can feel confident driving the distance this long weekend.
Insurance polices can be daunting – people often only refer to their coverage when there’s an accident or when personal property is stolen. Here are three common things that many people may not realize they have covered already with their property insurance:
September 13th 2015 marks the 5th annual Rally for Vita – a fundraiser supporting Vita Community Living Services. This years efforts are going to raise funds to equip a training kitchen at Vita CLS. The training centre provides adults with developmental disabilities and mental illness with practical skills that lead to independent living or greater independence in everyday life. For members that have the opportunity to learn in the kitchen, Vita’s goal is to help them find employment within the hospitality sector.
September marks the time when students are packing up their bags and heading back to school. For some, this will be the first time moving into a house or apartment of their own. While most students are busy organizing internet and cable, some are skipping out on a very important aspect that might cost them thousands: Tenant insurance.
Although ATV’s are considered a fun toy to enjoy over the weekend, many riders are unaware of the risks they face if they are operating one without insurance. Here are four questions to consider before taking your ATV out for a ride.
While Mother Nature may not be directly plotting to drive your home insurance premiums up, the fluctuating weather patterns are certainly affecting your insurance policies in different ways:
Knowing all of the frustration that the HOV lane has caused many Torontonians this summer, The Shepherd Group wanted to help out. During the week of July 14th – July 17th we ran a shuttle service around downtown Toronto and through the HOV lane absolutely free.
According to Statistics Canada, motor vehicle theft has declined by 62% in the last twelve years, since 2003. However, despite this encouraging trend, vehicle owners still need to be vigilant in protecting their property.
As of June 2, 2015, penalties for distracted driving in Ontario have increased! Among a number of changes to Highway Traffic Act, fines for distracted drivers will increase from the old range of $60 – $500 to between $300 – $1,000, plus three demerit points.