Bundle up for these Benefits:
- Up to 10% discount for insuring your car and main residence through RBC InsuranceDisclaimer1
- Affordable coverage if you’re a Learn more about Tenant Insurance renter, or if you own your Learn more about Homeowner's Insurance home or Learn more about Condo Insurance condo
- Lean more about Car Insurance Auto insurance that can protect you financially and gets you back on the road as quickly as possible should something happen to your car
- Anonymous claims adviceDisclaimer3 provides help when you need it most
- Lifetime guarantee on all covered home and auto repairs completed within our preferred vendor network
- Quick and simple claims process, including digital notifications on your claim’s status
Bundling is when you buy multiple types of coverage, like home and auto insurance, from one insurance company. Combining home and auto insurance might make you eligible for a discount. When you bundle home and auto insurance for your primary residence and your car through RBC Insurance, you could receive up to a 10% discount on your premiumsDisclaimer1 plus you'll get convenient access to both policies in one place.
There are several ways you may be able to save on your insurance:
- Save up to 10% when you bundle a car insurance policy with a homeowner's, condo or tenant insurance policy through RBC Insurance.Disclaimer1
- Depending on the province or territory you live inDisclaimer1, some cost savings may apply to you automatically —like being claims-free for a certain time period. In other cases, there are specific things you can do to qualify for other potential discounts. This includes bundling coverage or insuring more than one vehicle with usDisclaimer1.
- Lower your premium by choosing a higher deductible.
- Install a centrally monitored home security systemDisclaimer4.
- Qualify as a mature or experienced driver.
A deductible is the amount of money you may be required to pay out-of-pocket towards a claim you make.
For example: If your vehicle has $4,000 damage in an accident and your collision deductible is $500, then you would be responsible for paying the first $500 and your insurance company would pay the remaining $3,500.
Tip: If you can afford to make a higher out-of-pocket payment in the event of a claim, then choose a higher deductible on your policy. You'll pay a lower premium as a result.