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We are currently in the process of integrating our phone and computer systems. These changes, combined with a high call volume have led to longer wait times and we apologize sincerely for any inconvenience. Please refer to these tips so we may serve you more efficiently:

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this period of transition and thank you for your business.

At Archway, we know that no two drivers are alike, so no one insurance company or product will fit everyone. We work with a wide variety of insurance companies to provide you with options. We listen to you to determine where we can find you the coverage you need at the best price.

Do I Need Auto Insurance?

There’s a reason why auto insurance is the most popular type of insurance. If you own and drive a car, truck, motorcycle or ATV on public roadways by law you must purchase auto insurance. The types of auto insurance coverage required by law to operate your vehicle cover your liability for damage you cause to other people or their property, accident benefits in the event you are physically injured, and accidents caused by an unidentified motorist (hit & run). If you’re getting auto insurance for the first time and driving an older model vehicle, chances are you may opt for just enough insurance to meet your legal requirements.

What Auto Insurance Coverage Should I Buy?

As your driving experience increases, provided you keep a clean driving record, your cost for additional types of auto insurance will decrease over time. Many experienced drivers in Nova Scotia & New Brunswick choose to purchase newer vehicles as they want and need enhanced coverage to protect them against a financial loss. Collision insurance covers the cost of repairing your vehicle regardless of who is at fault in an accident. Should you have the unfortunate luck of hitting a wild animal crossing the road or the garage roof collapse on your summer sports car, you’ll need comprehensive insurance to cover your loss.

If you’re relying on a vehicle to get to and from your job, you’ll also want to purchase coverage to cover a rental car should you be involved in a motor vehicle accident that puts your car in the shop for repairs. Likewise, you can purchase coverage that will extend to your rental car when you’re on vacation, so you don’t need to opt into additional insurance costs when you rent a vehicle.

If you purchased your vehicle brand new and have a loan or lease, you’ll want to ensure you get replacement cost coverage. Your vehicle insurance takes depreciation into account so if you owe more on your vehicle at the time you have an accident than your insurance company determines it’s worth, you’ll have to fork out the difference. Replacement cost coverage prevents you from being shortchanged in the event your brand-new car is written-off.

Will My Insurance Costs Increase If I Have an Accident?

If you’ve been a model driver, avoiding any at fault accidents, you’ll want to protect your preferred insurance rate by purchasing accident forgiveness coverage. Consider this coverage your “get out of jail free card”. Should you have an at fault accident, it will preserve your driving record with the insurance company, so your rates don’t go up as a result of your first at fault accident.

Ask Our Brokers

Archway Insurance brokers are here to walk you through these and other important considerations in purchasing an auto insurance policy. We take time to educate our clients in New Brunswick & Nova Scotia to ensure the product you select provides the coverage you need at the best price. We shop all the major insurance markets for you, helping you make an informed decision about your insurance.


What auto insurance coverage is mandatory?

By law if you’re driving a vehicle, the government requires you to carry third-party liability insurance (this covers damage you do to other people’s property), accident benefits, and coverage for uninsured or unidentified motorists (hit & run).

What happens if I let someone else drive my vehicle and they get in an accident?

If you lend your vehicle, you’re also lending your auto insurance. Even if the person driving has their own policy, if they are in an accident while driving your car, it’s your insurance record that will take the hit. Keep this in mind before handing over your keys.

What is an insurance deductible?

An insurance deductible is the amount you pay in the event of an insurance claim before your insurance company covers any expenses. If you choose a higher deductible (i.e. take on more of the cost of a loss yourself) this will reduce your insurance premiums.


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