Understanding Different Types of Car Insurance

When you are buying car insurance, it can be confusing to understand the different types and how they apply. In order to make the best purchasing decision, it is important to look for more than just the lowest premium rate possible and buy exactly the kind of insurance you need.

Liability Insurance

Liability car insurance is required in almost every state in order to drive legally and register your car. Liability insurance protects you if you cause an accident by paying for damages to the other person’s car and for injuries they or their passengers may receive as a result of the accident. Liability insurance does not pay for repairs to your car or for injuries you or your passengers receive.

Effective Inventory Management Strategies for the Looming Used Cars Oversupply

In most countries, the used cars market has already hit its long-forecasted tipping point into an oversupply. The volume of used cars Windsor Ontario being auctioned has tremendously increased with many car models beginning to fall in value. This period of general oversupply is expected to continue throughout the year into 2017 and beyond as increasing number of vehicles are introduced into the market.

Comparing the New Jaguar F-Type SVR to the F-Type R

Jaguar has been on the radars of many car enthusiasts thanks to its slick and powerful F-Type R. However, dealerships around the world are gearing up for the release of a new Jaguar that may put the F-Type R to shame. The New 2017 F-Type SVR offers more power, less weight and a stylish new redesign. It may just be the Jaguar that you've been waiting for.

Credit Card Car Rental Insurance May Not Be Enough

If you have a credit card, you likely get a few benefits with it. Some include insurance for rental cars. While this is a nice additional benefit to have, it's important for drivers to know that credit card-provided insurance isn't meant to completely replace the rental car insurance that you can get when picking up or placing an order for a rental car. Here's the inside scoop on credit card rental insurance, including where it succeeds and where it fails.

Honda's Signature Technology Continues To Impress

Some Honda Toronto vehicles are equipped with the signature i-VTEC engine that delivers efficient yet powerful performance. The Civic Sedan and Civic Coupe run on a 2.0 L i-VTEC engine that produces up to 158 horsepower. The Accord is powered by a 2.4 L i-VTEC engine that generates a maximum of 185 horsepower. Under the hood of the CR-Z is an all-new 1.5 L i-VTEC engine that has a peak output of 130 hp thanks to the Motor Assist IMA technology. The Eco Assist System highlights the efficient design of the i-VTEC engines. Besides having engine blocks, some trims are also available with a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) that offers better options in shifting gears compared to traditional automatic or manual transmissions. Of course, Honda's SUVs like the CR-V and Pilot can be equipped with the Real Time All-Wheel Drive (AWD) for good traction on slippery surfaces. Featuring the Intelligent Control System, this patented drivetrain has been exclusively developed by the company's thoughtful engineers.