What is the best insurance company for a young male(18yearold) driver from Toronto, canada?

What is the best insurance company for a young male(18yearold) driver from Toronto, canada?

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It would be best if you add yourself as a driver to your parents policy since this way your insurance premium will be low. Compare auto insurance quotes online and also call the agents. Try TD or state farm- since they normally provide good quotes.

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