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The maintenance vehicle owners tend to ignore
March 22, 2022 by Adam Malik

Changing engine oil was one of the top vehicle maintenance procedures Canadian vehicle owners didn’t stay on top of, according to a new report. The Automotive Industries Association of Canada released its latest Consumer Behaviour Series report, Vehicle Owner Attitudes

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Insurer raises concern on lack of seatbelt wearing
March 11, 2022 by Adam Malik

Motorists in rural Manitoba are more likely to forego their seatbelts while those in Winnipeg were most likely to use an electronic communication device while driving compared to their rural counterparts. Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) commissioned a road safety observation

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The top skill employers are looking for
March 10, 2022 by Adam Malik

If you have customer service skills, then you may be highly sought after by a prospective employer. Alternatively, you may be even more valuable to your current bosses. Randstand, a human resources services company, recently released a list of the

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How much Canadians don’t use their vehicles
March 9, 2022 by Adam Malik

The vast majority of Canadian drivers say they need to own a vehicle, but they hardly get behind the wheel, according to new research. Peer-to-peer car sharing marketplace Turo Canada recently polled Canadians in a benchmark study analyzing the state

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The 8-hour workday: A thing of the past?
March 9, 2022 by Adam Malik

A number of managers are seemingly more open to doing away with the traditional eight-hour workday, according to new a new report. Research recently released from Robert Half, a talent and business consulting firm, shows nearly half of senior managers

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Where Canada ranks in AV readiness
March 8, 2022 by Adam Malik

The United States leads the world in readiness for autonomous vehicles. Canada just missed out on the top five, placing sixth overall. Insurance comparison website Confused.com graded preparedness for AVs for countries around the world. It scored the countries on

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Group warns of further supply chain snarls
February 18, 2022 by Adam Malik

AT&T, a major wireless carrier in the United States, will soon be shutting down its 3G wireless technology and that could negatively impact the freight industry, a research group recently warned. The sunsetting is set to take place Feb. 22.

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Will the good times continue for aftermarket shops?
February 17, 2022 by Adam Malik

Most automotive aftermarket service and repair shops are continuing to see a solid boost in business, according to a new report. But DesRosiers Automotive Consultants wonder if issues related to the supply chain will act as a wet blanket. The

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Here’s the outlook for used vehicles this year
February 17, 2022 by Adam Malik

Sales of used vehicles are expected to tick up this year compared to 2021, a year when sellers saw soaring demand and consumers were hit with higher prices. That said, according to new research from DesRosiers Automotive Consultants, opinions differed

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What type of vehicle catches fire most often?
February 11, 2022 by Adam Malik

A common worry among potential electric vehicle owners is the possibility of a fire. But the fear appears to be overblown, according to new research. Turns out, hybrids lead the way when it comes to the risk of catching fire

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Here’s how many don’t want their next car to be ICE
February 9, 2022 by Adam Malik

Quebec vehicle owners are most eager to buy an electric or hybrid vehicle the next time they’re looking for a new car. Nearly three-quarters (72 per cent) of Quebec respondents to a recent study said they are planning to buy

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Which city in Canada has the most EVs?
February 1, 2022 by Adam Malik

Vancouver leads Canada when it comes to the most number of electric vehicles on city roads, according to new analysis. The city has 6,600 EVs on its roads, reported Kijiji Autos. It’s followed by Toronto at 6,300, Montreal with 3,633,