I can't find my vehicle in the pick list. Why?


Most vehicle makes and models are available to quote through Kanetix®. However, the following scenarios may occur:

    • Your vehicle's model year is older than the oldest year available in the list.
      Continue with your quote, only select the same or closest model of the first available year. The reason for this is that often when the car is slightly older (say from the early 90's), the premium difference between one year over the other (for example between a 1994 and 1993 model) is often minimal.

      When you are confirming your rate with the insurance representative, they can update the year of your vehicle and let you know of any rate adjustments.

    • It's a brand new vehicle.
      If the vehicle you're looking to get a quote for is brand new on the market, select the same or closest model from the previous year and continue with your quote. Then, when you are confirming your rate with the insurance representative, they can update the year of your vehicle. They will also at this time let you know of any rate adjustments, if it is necessary.

      If you're not sure of which model is comparable to the one you're looking to quote, give us a call. We'd be more than happy to assist you.

  • Your vehicle is an antique, classic or collectible.
    If this descibes your vehicle and you reside in Ontario or Alberta, you may be able to get a quote online through Kanetix.

    Simply complete an online antique auto quote.

    We intend to expand this service to other provinces, until then please visit the Insurance Directory at www.insurancedirectory.ca, to find insurance brokers in your area with whom you can discuss your specialized needs.


Kanetix is an online insurance shopping service and, more specifically is not an insurance company or brokerage. This response is believed to be accurate at the time of publication, but keep in mind that each person's situation is unique. In addition, this information is subject to change and Kanetix is not responsible for any damages caused as a result of the information included in this response. As such, always check with an insurance provider, or the proper authority, for terms and conditions that may apply to you specifically as the information may vary depending on your insurer, geographic location, and particular individual circumstances.

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