Winter driving Posts

Get a grip: How can winter tires increase your safety and who needs them?

MCT - Get a grip - How can winter tires improve your safety and who needs them

Winter is a busy season for driving. If you live in an area of Canada that receives a moderate amount of snow and ice and if temperatures regularly fall below 7 C, you should consider having winter tires on your vehicle.

Your complete fall insurance checklist

Your complete fall insurance checklist

Making apple cider, shopping for cozy sweaters, sipping pumpkin spiced lattes and preparing for Halloween may be some of the activities on your fall checklist. However, we also recommend having a fall insurance checklist to ensure you have taken steps to protect your home and possessions for the winter months ahead. To assist you with this, we’ve outlined a few key points to consider throughout the autumn season.

Winter driving: Preparing for roadside emergencies

Driving in the winter can present all kinds of problems for cars and drivers –reduced visibility from snow storms, icy patches on the road, and freezing temperatures. And that can be a good day. Drivers can easily find themselves stranded on the side of the road due to emergencies. If you find yourself in that situation, are you prepared?

Should you get snow tires this winter?

Should you get snow tires this winter?
If you are concerned about traction, control and safety on the roads this winter, you should consider installing snow tires. Make sure you have the right tires before you start driving this winter.