Alberta Auto Insurance Brokers

We still believe insurance is about people.

We provide automobile insurance protection for your vehicle through our business partners. There is a wide range of coverages, endorsements, payment plans, and discounts available for you such as:

Compulsory auto policy coverage

  • Section A – Third Party Liability
  • Section B – Accident Benefits
  • SEF 44 / Family Endorsement

Section C (Full coverage)

  • All Perils
  • Collision
  • Comprehensive
  • Specified Perils

Common Endorsements

  • SEF 13D – Limited Glass
  • SEF 20 – Loss of Use
  • SEF 27 – Liability for non-owned automobiles
  • SEF 39 – Accident Waiver
  • SEF 43R – Waiver of Depreciation
Auto insurance Alberta

We also offer specialty insurance for a full range of products including those for farm and commercial vehicles, motorhomes, and motorcycles.

See our Winter 2021 Newsletter to read more about DCPD. ( Direct Compensation For Property Damage)

How Do I Get A Quote For Automobile Insurance?

You can contact us in Calgary, La Crete, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, or Lethbridge. A licensed Insurance Advisor will be happy to help you.

We recommend that you contact us about 2 – 4 weeks before the renewal date of your current automobile insurance policy. We do not recommend cancelling your current insurance policy before its renewal date, because there could be a financial penalty for doing so.


  • What does auto insurance typically cover?

      Auto insurance policies typically provide coverage for property damage liability (damage caused to other vehicles or property), bodily injury liability (injuries caused to others in an accident), collision (damage to your vehicle in a collision), comprehensive (damage from non-collision incidents), and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage.

  • How is the cost of auto insurance determined?

      The cost of auto insurance is determined based on various factors, including your driving record, age, type of vehicle, where you live, your claims history, the coverage options you choose, and other personal factors. Insurance providers use these factors to assess the level of risk associated with insuring you and calculate your premium.

  • What should I do if I'm involved in an vehicle accident?

      If you’re involved in an accident, prioritize your safety and the safety of others involved. Then, exchange information with the other party, such as names, contact details, and insurance information. Report the incident to your insurance provider as soon as possible to initiate the claims process and seek guidance on the necessary steps to take.

  • Can I transfer my auto insurance policy to a new vehicle?

      Yes, you can typically transfer your auto insurance policy to a new vehicle. Notify your insurance provider about the change and provide the necessary details of the new vehicle. Keep in mind that the premium may be adjusted based on factors like the vehicle’s make, model, year, and other relevant information.

  • How much insurance is right for me?

    Contact MMI today and speak with one of our Insurance Advisors. We’ll be happy to provide you with a free no-obligation quote!

    We'll Help You Get The Right Insurance Coverage