Moving to Ontario

Mr. Pistachio
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Moving to Ontario

Postby Mr. Pistachio » Sun Jan 30, 2011 11:42 pm

Hey Folks,

Moving to Ontario and was wondering what's up back east with the insurance? Does anyone of you have so problem with insurance brokers? What are the ''normal'' cost of insurance? Does anyone could give me general info about having a Delica platted!

Thanks
Antoine & Mr. Pistachio

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Re: Moving to Ontario

Postby delicioso! » Tue Feb 01, 2011 8:30 pm

Hi Mr. Pistacio,
got a quote from my state farm agent for a 95 l400 for 150/month, how does that sound? you comin from the wet coast? but that's living close to the GTA, that premium goes down the further you are from heavily populated areas. whereabouts are you guys headed in s. ontario?
hope that helps.
cheers.
romey
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Mr. Pistachio
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Re: Moving to Ontario

Postby Mr. Pistachio » Sun Feb 06, 2011 10:24 am

Hey!

I'm moving in Ottawa. Just arrived and whoa, it was pretty epic roadtrip! 46 hours, 4100km!

150$/month is good!

Cheers mate

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Re: Moving to Ontario

Postby delicioso! » Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:02 pm

that's awesome! welcome ontario! ottawa's a great place!

how'd the l400 average out on fuel? you're down hill from out west so i'm assuming it'd be slightly better than goin east to west. got pics of the roady?!

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Re: Moving to Ontario

Postby psychedelica » Fri Aug 26, 2011 8:59 pm

I'm trying to move my ownership from BC to Ontario and I'm finding insurance impossible - (see http://www.delica.ca/forum/ontario-insurance-nightmare-no-more-rh-drives-in-ontario-11578.html.) I've tried State Farm and Co-operators and they both say "We used to do that but we don't write policies for right-hand drive vehicles anymore". Does anyone have any ideas for me - I'm at the end of my rope.

EDIT - Managed to get insured by Desjardins after getting an appraisal - all is well.

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Re: Moving to Ontario

Postby ts200r » Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:36 am

I was in the same boat a year ago. Moved from Alberta to S. Ontario with my 91 pajero & had to make a few calls before finding a decent policy at a fair rate. Ended up with Dominion & pleased so far.

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Re: Moving to Ontario

Postby jrrodger » Sat Jan 07, 2012 7:27 pm

I have been insured by Royal Sun Alliance. Desjardins are about the same price, so don't worry if you are paying a high rate (a RHD vehicle is costly no matter what). Royal Sun Alliance does not require a specific appraisal, but requires a valid safety check (which was cheaper in my opinion).

Ontario is not very nice for insurance particularly if you live within 300 KMs of Toronto. However I guess insurance/financial keeps the economy somewhat healthy.....

The only other province that is less RHD friendly is the Belle Province (Quebec).


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