The scene of a two vehicle serious collision on 37th street south west and Highway 22X in Calgary earlier this year. Aryn Toombs / Calgary Herald. Share Adjust Comment Print. Collisions between automobiles on Calgary roads are getting more frequent
Insurance firm ranks Halifax worst place for vehicle collisions
An annual safe driving study released Thursday by Allstate Insurance, shows collisions are up 8.4% over last year in Ontario â€” at least according to claims made to the insurance company. Of 81 communities surveyed across the country, Ottawa ranked a
Toronto, Ontario — November 26, 2015 — It looks there's been a bump in business for collision repair facilities this year, or at least there's been a rise in the number of collisions. The seventh-annual Allstate Insurance Company of Canada Safe
Vehicle collisions in Alberta, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario are on the rise, with a 7.3% increase in frequency rate from last year, according to the seventh annual Allstate Insurance Company of Canada Safe Driving Study released on Thursday.
An annual study on safe driving in Canada has found traffic collisions are on the rise, increasing 7.3 per cent this year. The Allstate Canada data, taken from customer claims, ranks Alberta as the province with the second-lowest collision rate in the
The frequency of vehicle collisions in Halifax is increasing, says newly released data. Allstate Canada numbers sent out Thursday show that Halifax ranks last out of 81 communities, with the highest frequency of collisions over the last two years. For
Chelmsford is the second safest community in Canada for driving, according to a report based on insurance claims. In its annual Safe Driving Study released Thursday, Allstate said the Rayside-Balfour community "reported the most significant decrease in
Police investigate a car crash at Kennedy Road and Lawrence Avenue in this file photo. Scarborough and North York have among the highest frequency rates of 81 communities in Canada, according to an Allstate study. next play/pause pre 1/1. North York
The study looked at All State Canada data and tracked collision frequency among customers in Alberta, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario and ranked 81 communities across the country. Halifax came in 81st place in regards to safety on the roads.