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Winter Driving Means More Damage That Impacts Used Car Value

Mother Nature can make the roads tricky for even the most seasoned drivers.

When the temperature drops, it’s usually a sign that snow and ice aren’t far behind. When roads get more slippery, driving becomes more complicated which unfortunately means more accidents.

The winter season can see more accident claims than other times of the year. For...

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Avoid Winter Related Damage with Proper Winter Maintenance

As Canadians, we’re familiar with all the wonders and challenges of winter. Slippery roads can send you sliding, but they’re not the only hazards out there.

There are many elements of winter that can damage your car. Proper winter maintenance provides short-term benefits in that it stops you from dealing with damage or repair expenses, but it is...

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How to Avoid Scams When Browsing Private Used Car Listings

Scams have always been around, and the automotive industry has seen more than its fair share.

There are several red flags you should look for when viewing a used car listing posted by a private seller you don’t know. While most private sellers are ordinary people like you, there are a few bad apples in the bunch that you may want to look out fo...

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Should I Trade in My Car or Sell It Privately?

At some point in your driving career you’ve probably asked yourself: Should I sell my used car privately, or trade it in to a dealership?

There are advantages and disadvantages to both options. When you sell a used car you’re obviously looking for the best deal possible, and selling and trading in can both be a good choice under the right circu...

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10 Spring Road Trip Ideas for Canadians on a Budget

Spring road trip routes in Canada

Holiday shopping and winter vacations can wreak havoc on your bank account, but who doesn’t get the itch to do some travelling in the spring? Road trips are a cos...

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Tips to Drive Safely on Icy Roads

While many Canadians are used to long, cold winters, most will cringe to the thought of driving in extreme wintery conditions. Driving in snow or on ice is something most Canadian drivers will face at...

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What is a Lien?

When you’re shopping for a used car, it’s important that you check the vehicle for an outstanding lien. Statistically, it’s pretty common for a car to have a lien – 37 percent of vehicles sear...

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What You Need to Know About Your VIN

Your vehicle’s VIN (vehicle identification number) is what sets it apart from other vehicles and it includes important information about the appearance of your car as well as its origins. The VIN...

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