When it comes to Canadian winters, winter tires a must for navigating snowy and icy roads. As Canadians, we are no strangers to the semi-annual tire swap performed on our vehicles. Most of us tend to switch between our all season and winter tires on the same set of rims. In most cases, it’s the…Read More Here!
Prior to 1980, winterizing your car was a necessary process to ensure your car would run all winter long. Fortunately, modern cars don’t require the same extensive winterization. With that said, there are still a few things you can do to keep you and your vehicle safe this winter. Read on for five ways you…Read More Here!
Potholes are an unfortunate reality of driving in Alberta. Everyone knows that they make the driving experience unpleasant, but drivers often forget that potholes can do some serious damage to their vehicles. Read on for an overview of the most common vehicle damage caused by potholes and how you can void it. Tires & Wheels…Read More Here!
Western Canadians know the hassle of starting your vehicle in the cold and the sweet convenience of having luxuries like remote start or seat warmers. Our long winters are why we often forget the consequences at the other end of extreme temperature. Vehicles can become very warm when left out in the summer sun on…Read More Here!
When you live in Western Canada, you know it is valuable to prepare your vehicle for winter conditions. Because of this, we tend to invest our dollar in things like seat warmers, defrost systems and winter tires. The last example is a divisive issue– many people swear by all-seasons or may not enjoy the hassle…Read More Here!