Auto insurance survey shows drivers are still using smartphones behind the wheel

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Research by Allstate has shown that Canadian motorists continue to talk and text against the law. Regardless of the fact that it is against the law to talk on a handset or send and receive text messages, a study conducted by an auto insurance company has determined that Canadians can’t seem to break this distracted driving habit. The majority of provinces and territories regulate the way mobile devices can be used by drivers. That said, Allstate Insurance has discovered that many Canadians are not abiding by those laws and are…

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Auto insurance fraud campaign launched in Canada for month long crackdown

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A new effort in the province of Ontario has State Farm working with the official bureau to reduce scams. State Farm and the auto Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) have just announced the start of a partnership for a new STOP AUTO FRAUD campaign that will run throughout the month of March in Ontario in order to provide drivers in the province with more information about the signs of fraud. Vehicle claims fraud is currently estimated to cost the drivers in the province up to $1.6 billion per year. As…

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