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Details: Category: Cycling | Published: 03 November 2009 | Created: 26 November 2014 | Hits: 4323

If you happen to be one of the "few" people that do not own a car and you ride, you are at the mercy of any offending driver's insurance benefits should you be involved in a crash with a car.

The proposed changes to auto insurance in Ontario are to give the insurance buyer more choice, but may cause issues with others that do not have such a choice. With the reduction in benefits, those without a auto insurance policy could be out of luck.

Read the info posted on the ibiketo.ca blog.

Personally, this is one of the reason I would like to see insurance companies offer cycling insurance. With cyclists rides costing as much as a small car, damaged to the bicycle never mind the rider need to be covered. This would give those without auto insurance the coverage they need.