Q. What does GRC mean?

It means Guaranteed Replacement Cost, and it essentially means that if you suffer a total loss to your property (fingers crossed that never happens) and the damage exceeds the limits on your policy, your insurer must fully replace or rebuild your property without any deduction or depreciation.

GRC is built into your quote. In the event it costs us more to repair your home than the value we’re insuring it for, then the difference comes out of our pocket, not yours.

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Q. Am I covered if someone else is driving my car?

You are, as long as the person driving has a valid driver’s license. Remember, though, that when you lend your vehicle, you’re lending your insurance. If they get in an accident while driving your vehicle, then that accident would be rated for on your policy.

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Q. Am I covered if I’m driving a rental car?

It isn’t a guarantee that rental car coverage is included in your policy, but there are two types of coverages you can add to your policy: If your vehicle is in the garage for repairs because of a claim made under the physical damage portion of your policy, something...

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Q. Not sure what you’re covered for?

Login to myaccount.ahainsurance.ca and review the details listed under My Policies and Important Docs. And if you still have questions, give us a call at 1 (855) 242‑2440 to speak to an aha insurance broker.

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Q. Am I covered if someone else is driving my car?

You are, as long as the person driving has a valid driver’s license. Remember, though, that when you lend your vehicle, you’re lending your insurance. If they get in an accident while driving your vehicle, then that accident would be rated for on your policy.

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Q. Am I covered if I’m driving a rental car?

It isn’t a guarantee that rental car coverage is included in your policy, but there are two types of coverages you can add to your policy: If your vehicle is in the garage for repairs because of a claim made under the physical damage portion of your policy, something...

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Q. Not sure what you’re covered for?

Login to myaccount.ahainsurance.ca and review the details listed under My Policies and Important Docs. And if you still have questions, give us a call at 1 (855) 242‑2440 to speak to an aha insurance broker.

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Q. What should I do if I’m in a car accident?

The first thing you should do is pull off the road as soon as possible, if you can do so safely. Once you’re safely off the road: Notify the police if anyone has been injured or damage to both vehicles is more than $2,000. That’s the combined damage, so it doesn’t...

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Q. How do I know how much coverage I need for my car?

If you own a vehicle in Ontario, you are required by law to, at the very least, purchase the following automobile insurance coverage: Third-party liability coverage: Protects you when someone is injured or killed, or property is damaged. Pays defense costs to settle...

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