Car Care Canada is joining forces with the Rubber Association of Canada and Natural Resources Canada to inform drivers about vehicle maintenance and the environment at the Montreal International Auto Show (MIAS) at le Palais des Congrs de Montral.
The show is open to the public from January 18th to 27th.
The exhibit will feature interactive multimedia stations for surfing the Be Car Care Aware website, watching video clips and playing online trivia games.
Jean-Francois Veilleux, CASCAR driver and Be Car Care Aware spokesman, will offer hands-on lessons in car care.
Plus, visitors can learn the look and feel of vehicle maintenance with the various parts on display.
Knowledgeable students from Georgian College’s Canadian Automotive Institute will help guide visitors through the exhibit and answer questions.
This annual consumer show attracts over 200,000 visitors each year and last year, showed over 650 cars.
International Auto Shows will be taking place in Toronto on February 15th to 24th and in Vancouver on March 29th to April 6th.
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