Shop Insurance Canada: Ontario Auto Insurance Premiums Continue to Decline

(PRLEAP.COM) August 23, 2016 – Shop Insurance Canada (ShopInsuranceCanada.ca) says Ontario auto insurance rates will decrease further through the second half of 2016 after a solid second quarter from the FSCO. The industry expert says the government is continuing to lower prices and that is only good news for consumers.

Ontario auto insurance premiums may be lowering during the remainder of the year after an encouraging second quarter. Thats according to the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), with the regulatory body handed out quarterly rate approvals for Q2.

Auto insurance companies decreased their premiums almost across the board in the province. Indeed,...


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How Driving Less Can Save You More on Auto Insurance Premiums

For the second year in a row, insurancequotes.com and Quadrant Information Services examined the economic impact annual miles have on the cost of auto insurance. In the end, the study found that someone who drives 15,000 miles a year pays a national average of 9 percent more for car insurance than someone who drives 5,000 miles annually.

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Raffle of new cars provides incentive for Raytown students to improve attendance

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that school districts are using everything from cash to raffles as attendance incentives for kids.

Society markets everything from clothing to junk food to kids. Why not school?

The Raytown School District on Tuesday held a back-to-school rally, during which Superintendent Allan Markley announced that Raytown High School would be giving away a new car to a student who finished the year, maintaining an average attendance of 95 percent or better. It’s impossible to learn unless students are in school. And what better way to ensure learning than perfect attendance or something close to it?

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AAA Auto Insurance Captures Top Honors in Harris Poll

AAA Auto Insurance topped State Farm to be named Auto Insurance Brand of the Year by The Harris Poll 2016 EquiTrend Study.

AAA worked its way up to first place after taking third place in 2015, according to The Harris Poll.

State Farm took the Brand of the Year in the home and life insurance categories.

“AAA is clearly extending its relationship as a ‘friend in need’ for stranded drivers in the auto insurance category, and with aggressive direct marketing, into home and life as well,” says Joan Sinopoli, vice president of brand solutions at Nielsen, which owns The Harris Poll.

She notes that State Farm has a strong captive agent network and has been...

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Hybrid Sales Rising Globally, Says Toyota

Media reports have seen hybrid-electric vehicles playing second fiddle to plug-ins, their US sales have certainly declined, but the global market is on the rise.

The source of this report is the automaker with the most to gain or lose – Toyota, which owns more than 80 percent of the global market share, and 73 percent in the US, but numbers don’t lie.

One meaningful statistic is Toyota reports it’s on track for 1.4 million hybrid sales this year, exceeding its previous high of 1.3 million in 2013.

Overall, Toyota reports 17-percent global hybrid sales growth for 2016’s first six months, according to a report by Wards Auto.

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Dealers cheer as Indonesians climb back into new cars

JAKARTA Aug 16 At a thronging auto show on
Jakartas outskirts, the man in charge of selling Hondas
to Indonesian drivers is buoyant: consumers are
shopping for cars again, breathing life back into southeast
Asias largest market after two bruising years.

Honda, boosted by its popular minivans and a string of new
models, is among the top potential gainers, overtaking rival
Daihatsu, a Toyota subsidiary, for the first time in
more than a decade.

Automobile sales rose for a fourth month in July, rising
12.5 percent from the same month a year earlier, following 20
months of declining sales.

Daya Hansten, marketing boss for Hondas top dealer,...

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New Cars Keep Getting Bigger Despite Tough Fuel-Economy Standards

On average, new cars have gotten bigger between 2008 and 2015 by about 1 square foot (0.9 square meters / 2%) since the EPA has started keeping track of the rectangle formed by a vehicles wheelbase and track width, aka its footprint.

Despite SUVs growing in both size and numbers, Autonews reports that car manufacturers are also incentivized to make cars a little bit larger, thanks to more forgiving fuel economy targets.

Currently, the so-called National Program assigns both mpg and CO2 emission targets to vehicles based on the previously mentioned footprint, requiring annual improvements in efficiency for every footprint size. There are also different curves – such as for cars...

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The Tesla Model S P100D Is Not the "Fastest Car in the World"

And indeed, Tesla has built a very quick car. By the standard measure of a vehicles acceleration, the time it takes to go from zero to 60 mph, the Model S P100D is tied with the Porsche 911 Turbo S for the title of quickest new car you can buy today. Thanks to a new, more energy-dense battery, Tesla claims the new sedan does that sprint in a mere 2.5 seconds; the slightly heavier Model X SUV with the same battery does 0-60 in 2.9 seconds.

But as quick as it is, the Model S P100D isnt the quickest production car ever built. The Ferrari LaFerrari did 0-60 in 2.4 seconds; the Porsche 918 Spyder did it in 2.2 seconds.

To its credit, Tesla made clear in its announcement that the new Model...

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