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Windsor is a mid-sized, culturally diverse, city located in southwestern Ontario. It is known as the “automotive capital of Canada” as it is a major contributor to the province's automotive industry. Its rich automotive heritage helped define and develop the city throughout the years. Windsor is also  Canada’s leading port of entry from the United States. The city sits on the south bank of the Detroit River, directly across from Detroit Michigan. There are two tunnels, car ferries, and a suspension bridge (Ambassador Bridge) that connect the Detroit-Windsor urban area, at one of the busiest border crossings. 

When you own a car, getting auto insurance is mandatory by law across Canada. Whether you're commuting to work every day, or just using your vehicle to run weekly errands, you need car insurance. It protects you (the driver), your passengers, and pedestrians in the event of an accident. So, before you get behind the wheel talk to your Surex Advisor who can help you get on the road today!

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Car Insurance in Windsor - What You Need to Know

Car insurance policies are offered by personal lines insurance providers across Canada. Contact an insurance broker so they can provide you with a quote from leading insurance providers so you can compare prices and coverage!

Car insurance in Windsor is an agreement between customers and insurance providers that commits to protecting against financial losses in the case of a car accident or automobile theft.

Yes, all Ontario drivers including drivers in Windsor are required by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) to have a minimum of $200,000 worth of Third Party Liability Coverage, Statutory Accident Benefits Coverage, Uninsured Automobile Coverage, and Direct Compensation & Property Damage Coverage. 

There are three types of car coverage in Canada. 

  • Collision car insurance: coverage for when you and another car or stationary object collide to cover the cost of the repair. 
  • Comprehensive car insurance: provides coverage for hitting an animal, fire, theft, vandalism, flood.
  • Liability car insurance: is required, by law, for all drivers. This insurance protects others from damages caused while you are driving, including property damage, bodily injury, and death.
Top Sites in Windsor:
  1. Art Gallery of Windsor
  2. Ambassador Bridge
  3. Willistead Manor
Best Parks in Windsor:
  1. Malden Park
  2. East Riverside Park
  3. Jackson Park
Most Popular Foods in Windsor:
  1. Chicken Delight
  2. Shawarma
  3. Lake Erie Perch

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Car insurance in Windsor costs approximately $1,300 per year. It is less than the provincial average and lower than many other cities in Ontario. Drivers should shop around online to get the best car insurance rate possible in Windsor. Remember, there are multiple factors that affect a car insurance rating. To get the best possible insurance rates, we recommend contacting a licensed insurance advisor to shop the market for you to get the best deals on car insurance!

Drivers should shop around online to get the best car insurance rate possible in Windsor. Getting a free car insurance quote at an online insurance brokerage like Surex will allow you to speak to a dedicated insurance advisor to see which discounts you qualify for.

Various factors affect car insurance rates, including the amount you drive, your driving history, the state of the vehicle, your coverage, as well as your deductibles.

Drivers must provide a few documents for their car insurance in Windsor. These include a valid driver’s license, proof of driver’s education training (if completed), vehicle registration, driving history (obtained through Service Ontario), license plate number, current car insurance policy, which drivers will use the vehicle, and payment information. 

Insurance companies send a renewal notice in the mail or online when policies come close to expiration. Policies will have 30 days before they expire, at which point customers can decide to renew or switch up their policies. 

The cheapest car insurance provider will depend on every customer’s unique situation. Every company has their own formula, meaning some criteria like driving record or age may weigh more than others. It’s a good idea to compare rates from various insurers with Surex so that licensed insurance advisors can shop the market for you. 

You can contact your assigned Surex broker/advisor or contact the insurance company directly. Make sure you have your policy # and details of the claim prepare when you call.

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