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Old 12-29-2007, 03:31 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I've heard car insurance stories from Alberta where if a driver has a couple of collision claims, even where it's not their fault, insurance companies will cancel their policy without even informing them, simply because 'it's costing the company money'.

I'm really surprised that even with Saskatchewan's provincially-socialized car insurance and rates, the company still makes money every year.

Another factor in your low rates is the Auto Fund’s philosophy that all drivers should be treated equally unless their driving records show they are a greater risk for causing a collision. That means we don’t use a drivers’ age, gender or where they live to determine a cost for their auto insurance. And because we don’t need to track and consider all those factors, we don’t have to do as much work as other companies to determine the insurance rate you pay.

Last edited by Peakster; 12-29-2007 at 03:38 PM..
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