An analysis published by HelloSafe reveals that the average car insurance premium for Laval residents is the third highest in Quebec behind the Nord-du-Québec and Montreal regions.
The average annual premium will be $873 in the region, which represents an increase of 5.66 per cent between 2020 and 2021. The provincial average is more around $775. This amount is up by 5.87 per cent.
This data, obtained by HelloSafe, are coming from the general results of the Rapport statistique sur l’assurance automobile 2021, which is published each year by the Groupement des Assureurs Automobiles (GAA) du Québec.
Laval (9.76 per cent) is also the second region with the highest frequency of car claims in Quebec, behind Montreal (11.87 per cent).
The average cost associated with these is estimated at $5,386, which also places Laval in second place in the ranking by region. For comparison, Lanaudière ($4,777) and the Laurentides ($4,497) are both under the $5,000 mark. HelloSafe adds that the average cost of an car claim increased by 7.52 per cent between 2020 and 2021. (N.P.)
translated by Alec Brideau