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Bundle your policies

If you haven’t already done it, it’s well worth insuring your cars and recreational vehicles (like motorcycles, snowmobiles and campers), as well as your home and cottage with the same insurance company. Bundling all your policies can help you save on your premiums.

Update your car insurance

  • Increase your deductibles. You can save on your premium by increasing your deductibles for Collision or Upset and Comprehensive. But before you make any changes, make sure you’d be comfortable paying that amount in the event of a claim.
  • Install a certified tracking system. With a tracking system, you could reduce your insurance premium. Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.
  • Insure all your vehicles with us. You could save on your car insurance premium with our Multi-Vehicle Discount.
  • Get more discounts. Check out all our offers page and call us to see if you’re eligible.

Update your home insurance

  • Review your coverage. It’s worth letting your insurance company know if you’ve made changes like re-roofing your home. It could save you money on your premium.
  • Increase your deductible. If you’re comfortable paying more out of pocket in an insurance claim, you could increase your deductible and reduce your home insurance costs.
  • Insure your home and your car with us. You could save on your home insurance with our Multi-Line Discount.
  • Get more discounts. Check out our other home insurance savings and call us to see if you’re eligible.

Add security/prevention systems in your home

Ways to reduce your insurance premiums

To avoid major financial hassles in the event of damage, it's always important to protect your vehicle, your home and your belongings. That’s why we’ve put together some ways you could reduce your insurance premiums.

Savings and discounts are subject to eligibility conditions and may vary by jurisdiction.

These tips are provided for information and prevention purposes only. They are general in nature, and The Personal cannot be held liable for them. We recommend using caution and consulting an expert for comprehensive, tailored advice.

Some conditions, exclusions and limitations may apply. The conditions of the coverages described are set out in the insurance policy, which always prevails.

Auto Insurance is not available in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia due to government-run plans.