Companies Offering Car Insurance in Grande Prairie

The Co-operators

The Co-operators have three insurance agents in the Grande Prairie area: Sheldon Hannah, Dennis Homeniuk, and John Perkins. You can contact The Co-operators by calling 1-866-368-1188.

The Alberta Motor Association (AMA)

You can get a free car insurance quote by visiting the AMA website. Their website has further information about their car insurance products, as well as their extended warranty offerings. The Alberta Motor Association has an office in Grande Prairie at 11401-99 Street. It is open Monday to Friday between the hours of 9:00AM and 5:30PM. To contact their Insurance Services department dial 1-780-538-2733.

JB Insurance Services

JB Insurance is located at #101 10712-100 Street in Grande Prairie and you can reach them toll free at 1-877-532-2373. They offer auto, home, business, farm, and other specialty insurance products to customers in Grande Prairie and the Alberta Peace Country. They have been serving this community since 1973.

Prairie Villa Insurance

Prairie Villa Insurance has been a member of the Independent Insurance Brokers Association of Alberta (IIBAA) since 1974. They offer home, business, and auto insurance and you can get a quote by calling 1-800-532-0099. You can also visit their Grande Prairie location Monday to Friday between 8:30AM and 5:00PM. Their address is 9917-116 Avenue, Grande Prairie, Alberta.

GP Car and Home

GP offers a Responsible Driver Guarantee endorsement. With this coverage you will not see an increase in your premiums as a result of your first at-fault accident. They provide car insurance to customers in Ontario and Alberta. To get a quote for insurance visit the GP Car and Home website or contact them by calling 1-855-296-2525.

About Grande Prairie

There are over 50,000 people living in Grande Prairie, Alberta. It is located in northwestern Alberta, in the Peace River Country. The main industries in this region are oil, natural gas, agriculture, and forestry. Grande Prairie is a popular retail centre for British Columbians living in neighbouring cities, because there is no provincial sales tax in Alberta, and Grande Prairie is very close to the border between these two provinces. Therefore it is very common to see a lot of vehicles with British Columbia licence places in Grande Prairie.

Transportation in the City

There are regular flights to Grande Prairie Airport from Edmonton, Calgary, and Red Deer. Airlines serving these flights include Air Canada Jazz, WestJet, and Swanberg Air. Public transportation in Grande Prairie is made possible by Grande Prairie Transit. There are also chartered buses to various cities in Alberta, Yukon, and British Columbia through Greyhound Lines. The streets in Grande Prairie are typically numbered and the numbering system in based on a grid-style plan so it is quite easy to navigate the city if you are visiting the area. The main highways in the area include Highway 43, Highway 2, and Highway 40. In the summer months, Grande Prairie sees an increase in traffic as vacationers head north to the Alaska Highway via Highway 43. The Alaska Highway begins at Dawson Creek, British Columbia, which is a little less than two hours from Grande Prairie.