Keeping your things in good working order is likely to extend their use, prevent major repairs, lower energy bills, and reap savings on car and home insurance. To illustrate how you can reduce the CO2 emissions in everyday life, we'll break it down into two main groups: driving your car and the household.
General Manager of Esurance Canada
Saskia Matheson, General Manager of Esurance Canada <br> <br> Saskia has over 25 years of experience in the Canadian property casualty market. Before coming on board to lead our Canadian operations in 2013, she was the Director of Risk Management for Automobile and Property with Allstate Canada for 6 years. Her previous experience includes progressively senior roles at Facility Association Zurich Insurance Canada and Royal Sun Alliance.
Not unlike bringing your car into the shop for a tune-up, scheduled home maintenance can curtail an onslaught of costly issues down the line and help preserve your home's pristine condition. But the undertaking is often daunting for new and seasoned homeowners alike. With the multitude of tasks, where do you even start?
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Among the most important markets within IoT is the automotive industry, where the connected car is already taking off. The IoT-enabled vehicles weave together a suite of integrated devices, which offer many benefits, like improved safety and security, a personalized user experience (Spotify playing your favourite song when you open the door), and a transformed way we think about vehicle ownership.
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