Newfoundland Car Insurance Coverage
- Private passenger vehicles
- Motor homes
- ATVs / Snowmobiles
- Antique vehicles
Think you need only minimum coverage on your vehicle? Think again.
While 200,000 liability limits will get you on the road, it may not be enough to pay the cost of a third-party claim, especially if you caused injuries to passengers in either vehicle. If you don’t carry enough insurance, you could have to pay thousands of dollars out of your pocket. Can you afford to be underinsured?
Section B coverage isn’t required in Newfoundland, but it’s coverage no one should be without. It covers you, your spouse, dependents living with you, occupants in your vehicle and pedestrians. Coverage includes medical payments and funeral expenses, death benefits and loss of income.
Loss of Use (due to an insured loss):
If you carry collision and comprehensive coverage, you can add Loss of Use coverage to provide you with a rental vehicle while yours is being repaired.
This coverage is intended to relieve you of financial hardship if an underinsured third party causes injuries or death to you, your spouse or dependents. The SEF 44 endorsement raises the third party’s limits to the same amount you carry on your policy.
This coverage protects your driving record if you have an accident.
- Auto Insurance
- Home Insurance
- Commercial Insurance
- Marine Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Accident Insurance
- Travel Insurance
Driver distraction is a factor in up to 80 per cent of vehicle collisions in North America. Keep your mind on the road and your hands on the wheel so you can get to your destination safely.
Fill in our auto questionnaire beforehand to ensure you have all your information ready.