ONTARIO AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE REFORMS
Effective September 1, 2010
As part of the 5-year auto insurance review, the Ontario Government has issued a number of automobile
insurance reforms that will become effective on September 1, 2010.
The intent of the reforms is "to streamline a number of processes for insurers and health care providers,
create a less complex auto insurance system, and protect consumers while giving them more choice to
buy coverage that best meets their protection needs and budget…"
Changes to the Ontario Automobile Insurance Gives You More Choice
Additional accident benefit choices will allow you to customize your policy to suit your needs. These
choices will give you greater influence over the price you pay for insurance. Pricing will vary based on
the benefits you purchase. For a list of key terms related to these benefits, review the list of definitions.
Your policy will remain unchanged until your next renewal. At that time, you will be provided with
more information on the changes and your options.
For general information about changes to automobile insurance in Ontario, contact:
|Insurance Bureau of Canada|
Consumer Information Center
| ||Financial Service Commission of Ontario|
TTY 416-590-7108, 1-800-387-0584