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GPS Systems – What’s Next?

Global Positioning Systems (GPS) have become widely available over the past couple of decades, and while many don’t think twice about the little screen mounted on their dashboards, GPS technology has enormous potential to change the driving landscape. Indisputably, a fully autonomous vehicle would require an extremely accurate and reliable…

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Benefits of Auto Propane

Businesses, governments, and individuals in Canada are always searching for more economical and environmental solutions to power everyday life. When it comes to automotive choices, the rapidly expanding electric vehicle sector is one option, but some consumers are also looking at alternative fuels such as auto propane. As gas prices…

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How Getting Behind the Wheel Affects Your Health

If you find yourself constantly slouching behind the wheel, now is the time to start straightening things out. According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, discomfort and lower back pain are frequent complaints reported by drivers. Foot cramps, lower back pain, stiff necks and sore shoulders can…

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SCRAP-IT / CEVforBC Funding

Interest in Electric Vehicles (EV) is on the rise – we’re seeing that in Canada, and specifically British Columbia as consumers continue to look for cleaner emission vehicles for their next new car purchase. Manufacturers are also taking note with new technology being developed for the EV market, not to…

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The Dangers of Drowsy Driving

Sometimes it can be hard to admit when we feel tired, especially if we are anxious to get to our destination as soon as possible, but fatigue can cause you to drift between lanes and will make it increasingly difficult for you to focus on the road ahead. This not…

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Vehicle Backup Camera Legislation Coming in 2018

Safety is one of the most important things we look for when purchasing a vehicle and the auto industry is consistently looking for ways they can make each and every vehicle safer for passengers and pedestrians alike. As many may already know, Transport Canada announced late last year that rear-view…

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Studies Show Millennials are Buying Vehicles

Back during the global financial downturn of 2008, 2009, and to some extent into the early part of this decade, there was much speculation about the idea that there was a behavioural shift underway and millennials would become the “de-ownership” generation, relying instead on transit, bikes, skateboards or their feet…

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