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  • May 29 2017

    Canadian Driving is severe driving

    As you flip through your vehicle’s owner manual, you’re likely to notice that it has two different service interval schedules – one for “normal” driving and one for “severe” driving.” If you’re like most Canadians, you probably think that you drive under normal conditions, but like most Canadians, you’d be wrong. Severe driving should not be confused with aggressive driving. It refers to the conditions in which you drive rather the way in which you drive. Even the most cautious and patient dr...

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  • May 29 2017

    What do the lights on your dashboard mean?

    Your vehicule’s electronic-control system has detected a problem that it cannot adjust. Using a special code reader, the mechanic at your local service center can help diagnose the issue(s) your vehicule is facing. It could be the spark plugs, the catalytic covertor, the mass airflow sensor, etc. If the light is flashing, you need to take your car to a repair shop immediately.

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  • May 29 2017

    What to do after a car accident : 10 steps to help you keep your cool

    Evaluate yourself and the state of your passengers for injuries. If there is an injury, call an ambulance right away. If the accident is minor, move all cars out of the flow of traffic. If you cannot move your car, stand someplace safe until help arrives. Exchange information. If you don’t have an accident report, take note of the following information about the other driver.

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