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Automotive Advice – Eco-Friendly and Gas-Friendly Vehicles.

Prepare your car for the summer heat

There is no doubt that in Canada, the winter has a particularly negative effect on our vehicle. However, summer can also put a strain on its mechanical components, especially when it is hot outside and we have to travel several hundred kilometers every week. So to make sure the heat does not have an overly adverse effect on your car ...

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What to consider before buying a car

You want a new car? You look at the ads, and you find that the advertised monthly payments are SO reasonable. Firstly, know that indeed, various automaker rebates make it more affordable than ever to buy a new car. That said, there are other expenses that need to be taken into account in order to understand how much your vehicle ...

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How to read your tire’s specs

tires speed rating

Your tires are very important to your safety as well as the safety of your passengers. In fact, because they are the only contact point between your car and the road, they are probably the most important part of your vehicle. Unfortunately, some drivers do not pay as much attention to their tires as they should. If you decide to replace ...

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Vehicle History Report: the genealogy of your vehicle

Most people are weary of buying a pre-owned vehicle, mostly because they have no idea how it was used by the previous owner. Of course, the latter will always tell you that it was never driven harshly, always maintained at the dealership, never damaged and so forth. But how can you be sure? The answer is a vehicle history report. ...

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It is spring, time to watch out for potholes

Spring is almost upon us, and that’s great news for many of us out there. On the other hand, spring also means warmer temperatures which translates into more potholes on our roads. You have probably begun to notice that the roads are getting worst every day, and unfortunately, that’s going to continue until this summer when they are worth repairing. ...

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