Alberta Auto Insurance you can trust
Our brokers know what you need for those unpredictable Alberta roads.
Maybe you’re a new driver, or you just treated yourself to that classic car you always dreamed of. We understand that no two drivers are alike, nor are their needs. We will find you the most affordable rates customized to protect you and your car.
Our knowledgeable brokers take the time to get to know you so you get the plan that meets your needs AND your budget. Feel confident that if you ever need to make a claim we’ve got your back.
We live in Alberta, work in Alberta, and drive in Alberta. So we know that you need coverage for those nasty June hail storms, that icy winter commute, and that surprising encounter with that moose. Protect yourself and drive with the assurance that if anything unexpected happens, you’re covered.
When it comes to finding the best rate, you’re in the driver’s seat. We’re independent brokers, which means that we don’t have quotas to meet. Having no quotas allows us to find the best plan to suit your needs and lifestyle.
Our app gives you easy access to your pink card, your policy, and your payment schedule. You can even make a claim using our app! It also comes with other tips and tricks, like telling you how far away you are from the nearest gas station. Download the Ing & McKee app on Apple or Android.
Whether you drive a car, truck, or a fast sports car, auto insurance is mandatory for all Alberta drivers.
Mandatory Coverage: Every driver is required by the law to have accident benefit and third-party liability (sometimes referred to as PLPD). Accident benefit provides limited health care coverage in the event of an accident, regardless of who is at fault. Third-party liability covers damage to other people, vehicles, and their property when you’re at fault in an accident, but doesn’t cover damage to your vehicle.
Comprehensive & Collision Coverage: Comprehensive and collision coverage is about covering the costs of your vehicle. Comprehensive coverage protects your car against things that are outside of your control, such as the weather, animals, fire, and theft. Collision coverage covers the damage to your vehicle in the event of an accident.
Third party liability protects you in an at-fault claim (when you’re at fault for the damage). Your third party liability insurance will cover fixing someone else’s damaged property, their medical needs, and the cost of attending court. Third party liability doesn’t cover the cost of any injuries or damage that you sustained during an at-fault incident.
Accident benefits give you and those in your vehicle limited health care coverage in the event of an accident, regardless of who was at fault. Known as no-fault benefits, your accident benefit coverage starts the minute you are in a crash and will cover ambulance rides, some hospital bills, death and dismemberment.
Comprehensive coverage protects your car against things that are outside of your control, such as the weather, animals, fire, and theft. Although it is not mandatory, it is recommended given the unpredictable weather in Alberta.
Collision coverage will protect your vehicle regardless of liability. If you roll your car, skid off the road in icy conditions, or someone collides with you on a highway intersection, collision coverage has your vehicle covered.
We have other options that ensure extra protection while on the road. Our knowledgeable brokers would love to talk to you about these little extras and explain when these might be needed:
When it comes to those annoying rock chips, opting for a provider tends to be a cheaper option. We are happy to recommend providers and discuss your glass coverage options with you.
When working on plans and rates with your broker there are several factors that impact your rates.
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