In response to the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 a pandemic, Manitoba Public Insurance has canceled all scheduled road tests, effective immediately, until further notice.
Manitoba Public Insurance is asking customers who are feeling unwell not to attend its service centres in response to the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 a pandemic.
A total of 14 charges have been laid against five individuals this year who allegedly committed separate frauds against Manitoba Public Insurance.
While February might be considered the month of love, increased activity to Manitoba Public Insurance’s TIPS Line suggests otherwise.
According to Manitoba Public Insurance, more than 3,000 collisions during the month of January can be attributed to motorists not driving to road conditions or following too close.
Manitoba Public Insurance reported net income of $176.6 million for the first nine months of its 2019/20 fiscal year – an increase of $89.2 million over the same time period last year.
Staged collision, bogus bodily injury claims, a drunk driver exposed by surveillance cameras – these are some of the auto insurance frauds that took place in 2019 and are highlighted in Manitoba Public Insurance’s annual Top Five Frauds.
Historically, about one in three deaths on Manitoba’s public roadways were attributed to alcohol and drug use, according to Manitoba Public Insurance.
Nearly 90 per cent of stolen vehicles in the province involved the use of keys, according to Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI).