Manitoba drivers could save about $110 a year on car insurance next year if an application by the province’s public auto insurer for an historic rate cut gets the green light.
A hearing into Manitoba Public Insurance’s application to slash rates by 8.8 per cent began Monday at the Public Utilities Board.
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