1. They will increase insurance premium from the second year (which is the opposite of most other companies).
2. When you decide to leave them, you have to pay a certain amount of fine.
3. When you leave, they will not give you insurance reference (this is very bad, because I believe a history traceability is very important here in Canada).
4. I heard from some friends, that if there is any accident, you will most probably have problems with claims.
So I don't think it's a good choice.
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