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Old 06-25-2009, 03:14 PM   #16
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This is getting pathetic.
If the owner is in Montreal, with a car that's registered there, he should get it insured there, no matter where else it gets driven.
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Whoa sands, kinda gets me excited seeing you snap like that! :p
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Old 06-25-2009, 09:06 PM   #17
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Wow.
You just don't realize you're making a problem out of nothing?! As the above poster stated as well, there is nothing illegal about driving a car insured in another province, given the fact that the owner lives there and has everything under his name there.
You simply lack common sense and are making a fuss and big deal out of nothing.
You are complicating something that really isn't a problem to begin with.

Geez relax. I still don't understand what's bothering you so much? If I am asking a stupid question then it is my problem. Fine, I don't have common sense, then get off my back. Why is it so important for you to keep typing out insults? I'm not trying to make a fuss. I know I can simply drive the car and it will be covered by the owner's insurance by law if he loans it to me, but I just want to make sure I get full coverage.

I do not want to do anything illegally, that's why I am looking for coverage in the first place, otherwise I would just drive like I don't give a shit.

Just to make it clear, I said that it is for business purposes, so I will get insurance for business ok fine. I just cant find a policy that would provide coverage for Ontario drivers, for a car registered in Quebec.

Thanks for your answers guys, I know its a bit complicated but I'm just trying to find a solution and would appreciate it if people chill out.

If I can't find coverage, then I'll just have to buy another car.
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