Automobile insurance rates

Comparison by province

Comparison by province

  • The Quebec data includes the premium for material damage (private insurers) and the premium for bodily injury (SAAQ).
  • Quebec, with an average premium of $798 (coverage for material damage and bodily injury) compared favourably with its two neighbouring provinces in 2019, where automobile insurance rates were significantly higher: $942 for New Brunswick and $1,634 for Ontario.

Quebec has the lowest auto insurance rates in Canada.

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Sources:
GROUPEMENT DES ASSUREURS AUTOMOBILES, Automobile Statistical Plan, Private passenger vehicles, 2019
INSURANCE BUREAU OF CANADA, Automobile Insurance Statistical Reports, Alberta, Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest Territories, Ontario, Atlantic Provinces, 2019
INSURANCE CORPORATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, Business Information Warehouse, 2009
MANITOBA PUBLIC INSURANCE, MPI Pricing and Economics, 2010
SASKATCHEWAN GOVERNMENT INSURANCE, Annual Loss Experience Report, 2011
SOCIÉTÉ DE L'ASSURANCE AUTOMOBILE DU QUÉBEC, Rapport annuel de gestion 2019

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