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Drive for Skip the Dishes? Don’t Skip the Insurance

Written by on 2018-02-12 10:25 AM . It has 0 Comments.

There are an amazing number of opportunities to earn more money and all you need is your own car. But, what you need to know is when you're delivering food make sure you pick up the proper insurance, too. Read about how having the wrong car insurance could leave you unprotected. From the car insurance experts at Erb and Erb Insurance Brokers |

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What could lead to your car insurance claim being denied?

Written by on 2017-09-08 7:43 AM . It has 0 Comments.

Most people are diligent in keeping their car insurance company informed and up to date on how they use their cars. Sometimes people can forget and other times people purposefully withhold information. Find out how a car insurance claim can be denied. From the car insurance experts at Erb and Erb Insurance Brokers.

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We Are Moving!

Written by on 2017-06-13 12:08 PM . It has 3 Comments.

Erb and Erb and Lackner McLennan are moving to better serve our staff and our clients. Our new location will feature ample parking and easy access. From the insurance experts at Erb and Erb Insurance.

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New Rules For Drone Usage

Written by on 2017-03-22 5:53 AM . It has 4 Comments.

Transport Canada recently announced new rules for recreational drone use in Canada. Unlike previous guidelines around drone usage these are now law and, if found guilty, a person could see a fine of up to $3,000. If your drone weighs between 250 grams and 35 KG you must follow these rules: Do not operate your recreational drone: higher than 90 m above the ground closer than 75 m from buildings, vehicles, vessels, animals, people/crowds, etc. closer than nine km from the centre of an aerodrome (any airport, heliport, seaplane base or anywhere that aircraft take-off and land) within controlled or restricted airspace within nine km of a forest fire where it could interfere with police or first responders at night or in clouds if you can’t keep it in sight at all times if you are not within 500 m of your drone if your name, address, and telephone number are not clearly marked on your drone. Operating your drone in clear weather and during daylight ho ...

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What Should You Do With A Hit and Run?

Written by on 2017-02-16 5:33 AM . It has 0 Comments.

There’s nothing worse than approaching your car in a parking lot and noticing damage that wasn’t there before. Hit and Runs, unfortunately, happen too frequently. Typically, these kinds of accidents occur in parking lots and the damage is minor. What isn’t minor is the inconvenience to you when your car is hit. The first thing you should do is look around. Is there anyone who may have witnessed the collision? Someone may have some information for you. Note the time of day and where you parked. Take photos of your car and the area, clearly showing the extent of the damage. Once that’s done visit a Collision Reporting Centre. Don’t know where the nearest one is to where you had the accident in Ontario? Visit here to find its location. The more information you have to report to the police the better. Your information may lead to identifying the other driver. Once reported you will receive a collision report number. If you are going to make an insurance claim insurance companies ...

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