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How to survive winter driving

Like most drivers, you admire white winter landscapes when inside, but you curse them when it comes time to take your car. By taking a few precautions, however, you can make your life easier and make your car a whole lot more enjoyable to live with during the winter.   Firstly, never leave the house without having completely cleared off your ...

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Here are five tips to save fuel

Drivers have surely noticed in the last few weeks that the price of gas has gone down. It was about time many will say, and others would concur. That said, it’s still not a bad idea to try and maximize each tank of gas, even if the price of said gas is lower. The following tips will help you do ...

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Leasing or financing, how do you figure it out?

In the automotive world, the question of whether to finance or lease your next vehicle is undoubtedly complex and a source of anxiety for many new-vehicle buyers. Unfortunately, there is no easy answer and ultimately, what you do depends on your specific situation. Financing No question, it is more expensive to finance a vehicle that to lease it when looking ...

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Three Tips for Winter Driving

Winter is already upon us and while several regions have not yet had their first real snowstorm, we know it will not be very long before ice and snow begin covering our roads. Canadians know how to drive in the snow, we are used to it and we know what awaits us this winter. That said, it’s always important to ...

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Things that increase your insurance premium

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There are a lot of things you can do to reduce the cost of your car insurance. Then, there are things that you cannot control. In any case, if you focus on the ones you can control, then you can see a significant reduction in your insurance payments. Here are a few examples of things that increase the cost of ...

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Active safety versus passive safety: the differences

If you are shopping for a vehicle, often one hears of active safety and passive safety. Although the two are completely different from each other, both are designed to protect you. Active safety refers to technologies designed to prevent accidents. These technologies will usually warn you of a potential danger to give you the chance to slow down. If you ...

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