Car Insurance Cost in Canada - Breakdown by province
You think you are paying high car insurance premium? See how your province compares to other provinces.
We start from cheapest province Quebec with average
Number 13: Quebec
Average premium: $725
Number 12: Prince Edward Island
Average premium: $755
Number 11: New Brunswick
Average premium: $763
Number 10: Saskatchewan
Average premium: $775
Number 9: Nova Scotia
Average premium: $783
Number 8: Yukon
Average premium: $806
Number 7: Nunavut
Average premium: $968
Number 6: Northwest Territories
Average premium: $974
Number 5: Manitoba
Average premium: $1,001
Number 4: Newfoundland and Labrador
Average premium: $1,090
Number 3: Alberta
Average premium: $1,179
Number 2: British Columbia
Average premium: $1,316
Number 1: Ontario
Average premium: $1,458
That is correct - Ontario drivers are paying the country’s highest car insurance premiums, according to this report.
This review was prepared by Ontario’s auto insurance adviser David Marshall. It finds that even though accident claims have dropped, insurance cost has consistently gone up. Like that makes sense.
Tell us what you think, are your insurance rates fare? Comment below.
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