10 things you need to know about car insurance

| March 8, 2019

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When it comes to handling anything car insurance related, you might be tempted to back away slowly with no sudden movements – car insurance follows the same logic as snakes, right? It’s an understandable reaction. Auto insurance can get, well, complicated, and there are plenty of things to remember. We’ll go over ten things that you need to know about car insurance – without making it complicated. 10 things you need to know about car insurance. 1. Liability insurance won’t pay to repair or replace your car. This is an important thing to know about car insurance: Liability insurance will only cover your legal obligation to the other driver and their passengers if you’re at-fault in a car accident. It can cover expenses such as the other driver’s medical bills, their lost wages, and their pain and suffering. (And it can help cover legal expenses if they decide to sue.) Liability insurance can also cover the costs of repairing or replacing the other driver’s car and other property you might damage.

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance

The Saskatchewan Auto Fund is the provinces compulsory auto insurance program, operating the driver licensing and vehicle registration system. The Auto Fund is financially self-sustaining, operating on a break-even basis over time. It does not receive money from, nor pay dividends to, the government. SGI CANADA is the trade name of the property and casualty insurance division of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) which offers products in 5 Canadas provinces. It operates SGI CANADA in Saskatchewan, SGI CANADA Insurance Services Ltd. in Alberta, Manitoba and British Columbia, and Coachman Insurance Company in Ontario. Products are sold through a network of independent insurance brokers.

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