• Ways To Protect Your Vehicle’s Resale Value

    An article published by The Globe and Mail conveys that a vehicle in Canada will have approximately three different owners in its lifetime. Canadians are car consumers who purchase vehicles with logic in mind. When it comes to financing a new vehicle, the resale value is top priority for most car buyers as a vehicle’s value deteriorates the moment it’s ...
  • Things To Consider While Trading In Your Vehicle That Isn’t Paid Off

    Trading in a vehicle in Canada is quite common. Canadian car dealerships are used to the trade in procedure, even when a vehicle isn’t paid off. In fact, many of them welcome it. There are several reasons why a person might decide to trade in their vehicle, whether it be going for lower rates or upgrading to a vehicle that ...
  • Are Winter Tires Worth Your Money?

    Are winter tires mandatory in Canada? Each Canadian province has its own laws vis-à-vis winter tires. Installing winter tires is a mandate only in Quebec. Winter tires are required by law in British Columbia if driving on snowy mountain passages, and in New Brunswick only school buses have to bring in winter tires in the winter time. Other than these ...
  • How to Set Your Annual Car Maintenance Budget

    How do I set my annual car maintenance budget When you own a car, there are various important considerations to consider in order to get the full pleasure and endurance from your vehicle. Before purchasing a new car, it is important to budget for different related expenses that you will need to pay towards your car over its life time. ...

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