• Address
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Timing
  • Social
 

Roadside Assistance Canada

Roadside Assistance Roadside assistance refers to a set of services that you can avail of when you’re having car trouble anywhere, including at home, at work, in a parking lot, and on the side of the road. A roadside assistance service can help you in different ways, such as jump-starting a dead car battery, changing […]

 

Car Insurance for Newcomers

It is illegal to drive without car insurance in Canada. If you own a car, you must get insurance coverage. If you regularly drive a car that belongs to a relative or friend, you should make sure you’re listed on their car insurance plan. You can get different types of car insurance plans, including coverage […]

 

Driving in Canada What You Need to Know

To legally drive a car in Canada, you’ll need a driver’s license issued by the government of your province or territory. You must have it with you whenever you’re driving. With it, you can drive anywhere in Canada. If you have a valid license from your home country, you’ll probably be able to use this […]

 

Minimum Requirements for Drivers’ Licences

Ontario Drivers’ Licences Generally, the following are the minimum requirements for obtaining a driver’s licence in Ontario: You must be 16 years of age to be eligible (please note that the age requirement to pursue a commercial driver’s licence varies). A newcomer to Ontario who holds any type of driver’s licence from another province or […]

 

New Ontario residents

If you are a new resident of Ontario and have a valid driver’s licence from another province or country, you can use that licence for 60 days in Ontario. If you want to continue to drive after 60 days, you must get an Ontario driver’s licence. Ontario has licence-exchange agreements with every Canadian province and […]