What could cause an insurance company to drop you from their coverage?
Reasons for Cancellation Intentional damage to a covered asset by the insured, policyholder, or interested third-party. Criminal record. Insured poses a “moral risk” Life changes.
Is it illegal to drive without a side mirror in Alberta?
Mirrors. It is a legal requirement in Alberta to be able to see out of all of your mirrors. If the view from inside your rear-view mirror is blocked for any reason, you must attach an outside rear-view mirror on each side of your car by law.
Is it illegal to drive with a hitch in Alberta?
It is illegal in Alberta (and I suspect in all provinces in Canada) to have a tow hitch attached to the receiver if it isn’t currently being used for towing.
Is it illegal to drive with tailgate down Alberta?
“The Highway Traffic Act (HTA) doesn’t specifically prohibit a particular position of a tailgate or trunk/hatch,” said Michael Fenn, senior issues advisor with the Ministry of Transportation (MTO), in an e-mail.
What happens if an insurance company drop you?
You can absolutely apply for insurance coverage again if your provider drops you. Just make sure you’re honest with the new company about the fact that you were dropped from coverage. Misrepresenting an insurance application can lead to having your policy canceled all over again.
What do I do if my health insurance is Cancelled?
You can call 1-866-837-0677, a new hotline dedicated to consumers with cancelled policies. A representative will help you find coverage that begins in 2014. They can explain the options available for replacing or renewing a cancelled plan.
At what weight do trailers need brakes?
A trailer or pole trailer is required to have brakes if its gross weight exceeds 4,500 lbs. A trailer with a gross weight between 4,500 lbs. and 15,000 lbs. is not required to have brakes if it is towed at a speed of not more than 30 mph. Trailers must be equipped with brakes if the gross weight exceeds 3,000 lbs.
How far can a load extend from a pickup truck in Alberta?
If a vehicle’s load extends 1.5 metres (5 feet) or more beyond the rear of the vehicle, the following is required: During daylight hours, a red flag should be attached to the end of the extension or load.