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  • Comprehensive Auto Coverage
    What You Should Know About Comprehensive Auto Coverage

    In New Brunswick, auto insurance is mandatory for all vehicle owners and a standard policy will protect you in a number of ways. However, many drivers feel that this coverage is inadequate to fully protect them. Comprehensive coverage can add the missing components to your insurance plan and result in supplying you the full protection you desire. In this blog entry, we’ve included helpful information on automobile insurance that Saint John motorists can put to good use. Read on to see how you can avoid many insurance-related headaches.

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  • Protecting Your Property
    Protecting Your Property on Accommodation Apps

    Our world has changed with technology making its way into our lives like never before, creating both challenges and opportunities. One of these technologies has seen growth of what has been called the “shared economy” and is allowing Canadians to rent their homes to travelers via online vacation rental services such as Airbnb, HomeAway, and VRBO.

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    New Brunswick’s Mandatory Auto Coverage
    Carnaghan Taylor Insurance offers coverage plans for your house, business, personal property, construction site, and vehicle of any kind with access to multiple coverage options – including mandatory coverage. If you own and operate an automobile in New Brunswick, you are required by law to insure it. The mandatory coverage in New Brunswick is comprised of Third-Party Liability, Direct Compensation – Property Damage, Uninsured Automobile Coverage, and Accident Benefits.
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  • 01/12/2015
    Misconceptions about Car Insurance
    There are many misconceptions floating around about car insurance, some of which may affect the type of car you purchase. Owning and operating a car can be expensive enough without wasting money because you don’t understand your auto insurance policy. Many Canadians are putting themselves, their families, and their assets at risk by making misinformed decisions about their insurance based on hearsay and insurance urban legends.
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