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Some people love buying a new car, being the first one to drive it off the lot, and taking in that new car smell as long as it lasts. Others aren’t as picky about being first behind the wheel or about a particular smell (as long as it’s not a bad one!) and opt for […]

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It’s that time of year again when the days get shorter and the nights longer, which means motorists need to adjust their driving habits. Experts say 90 per cent of a driver’s reaction depends on vision, which is reduced at night. That makes it harder to make decisions behind the wheel. “Night time driving isn’t […]

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Halloween is the time of year many like to celebrate all things spooky, and for some that means dusting off our favourite films and getting a little ghoulish. For many car lovers, part of the ritual is firing up flicks that include some classic cars, including those with eerie engine power. There are several lists […]

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Everyone knows that drinking alcohol then getting behind the wheel is dangerous. It can also be deadly. BC changed its drinking and driving laws in 2010 to build in stricter penalties for impaired drivers. First-time offenders with a blood alcohol content of 0.05 per cent to 0.08 per cent will have their driver’s licence suspended […]

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Thanksgiving is a great time to get to together with family and friends to celebrate what we’re grateful for in life. It’s also not a bad time for us car lovers to be thankful for our four wheels – not only for where they take us, and the joy and fulfillment those destinations bring – […]

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Thousands of children across B.C. headed back to school last week which means drivers need to once again be on alert for backpack toting students and the extra traffic on our roadways. Each year when school starts up again, police, school boards and ICBC remind motorists to slow down and pay attention in school zones, […]

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Electric vehicles are becoming a more regular site on British Columbia’s roadways. That’s largely because the vehicles, which use electric or traction motors for propulsion, are becoming increasingly accessible to everyday drivers. Evolving technology is part of the reason, which is helping to bring down the price of some electric vehicles such as the Chevy […]

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Leaving Your Phone Alone

September 19, 2014

We all know that texting and driving is dangerous, yet some continue to risk their lives and those of other drivers and passengers with this and other distractions behind the wheel. In fact, statistics show distracted driving in the second-leading cause of car crash fatalities in this province, behind impaired driving. On average, 88 people […]

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The North American economy continues to bounce back from the last major recession and nowhere is that more evident than at new car dealerships. Sales of new cars and trucks across Canada increased eight per cent in August compared to the same month last year. That was an all-time for the month, with eight automakers […]

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Connected Car Developments

September 5, 2014

Some people go to Las Vegas to play the slots, see some live shows and soak up the desert sun. In the car business, we go to learn more about the cool new mobility technology that’s going into the next generation of automobiles, which, if you’re a car lover, can be just as exciting. A […]

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