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How to get the most out of your test drive

Car seller with couple outside car dealership

Test-driving a vehicle is without a doubt the most important moment in the process of buying a new car. It’s during the road test that you will be able to determine if the car is right for you. However, there are a lot of distractions when testing a vehicle on the road, and it can sometimes be difficult to concentrate. ...

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Reduce the effects of winter on your car and you

Winter has arrived. Good say winter sports enthusiasts while for others, now begins five or six months of slightly chaotic driving, mixed with unpredictable, usually very cold weather. But regardless of whether we like it or not, winter is here, and we have to deal with it. Your car will also feel the effects of winter. Not only from a ...

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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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Buying a new Car: should you get a 2015 or a 2016?

buy a 2015 or a 2016

With fall comes the need to change for many automotive enthusiasts, and even those who are not that passionate. With the arrival of brand new 2016 models, many feel like their current car is outdated and they head over to their local dealership to sniff out what’s new. You then realize that the dealership in question has two variants of ...

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Driving in Winter: What not to do

We have already offered several tips for driving in winter since the cold first swept over us. In winter, it is imperative to be properly equipped starting with quality winter tires and also, it becomes very important that we change our driving habits in order to compensate for the ice and snow that covers our roads. That said, ensuring our ...

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