Winter Tire Laws in Canada

Winter Tire Laws in Canada

Canada is one of the coldest and snowiest countries on the planet and if you’ve lived here more than a few years, you are fully aware of this fact. The cold and the snow are bad for a lot of things, but none more so than driving. Read More


My Credit is Bad, Can I Get Approved For a Car Loan?

My Credit is Bad, Can I Get Approved For a Car Loan?

More often than not, having a car in most parts of Canada is a necessity. Work commutes, shopping, and other forms of travel are simply easier when you have your own car. Because of the fact that cars can cost thousands of dollars, many Canadians need a loan… Read More


Should I Repair My Car Or Buy a New One?

Should I Repair My Car Or Buy a New One?

At one time or another, most of us have asked ourselves the age-old question: “is it better to buy a new car or fix an old car”? The answer to this question is never black and white. This concern comes up for most people after… Read More


10 Things to Know When Buying a Used Car

10 Things to Know When Buying a Used Car

Buying a car is one of the biggest purchases you will ever make in your life. While some people elect to buy new, it can often be a much better financial decision to buy a used car instead. Many used cars are still solid vehicles that you can… Read More


What to Do if Your Car Loan is More Than Your Car is Worth

What to Do if Your Car Loan is More Than Your Car is Worth

In our society, cars are a basic necessity, one that the vast majority of people want at their disposal so they can from point-A to point-B with relative ease. While walking, biking, and public transit may be an option, most drivers would rather the added convenience that comes… Read More


How to Get the Car You Need Through a Lease-to-Own Program

How to Get the Car You Need Through a Lease-to-Own Program

Chances are, if you live in Canada, have a job or go to school, and are old enough to have a driver’s license, you need a car. Driving is a significant part of the majority of adult Canadian’s lives. Need to buy groceries for yourself or your family? You probably… Read More


A Lease-To-Own Vehicle Agreement Vs. Traditional Leasing

A Lease-To-Own Vehicle Agreement Vs. Traditional Leasing

When it comes to driving new or used vehicles, there are several different payment options that drivers can choose from, such as leasing, dealership financing, and buying the car right away with one large transaction. The options that are available to you, however, are often dependant on your… Read More


How Much Car Can I Realistically Afford?

How Much Car Can I Realistically Afford?

Driving is an expensive endeavor, no matter where you live in the world. In Canada especially, our winters can be the stuff of legend. With those winters comes rust, pot holes, black ice that leads to fender benders, and everything else under the sun that causes wear and… Read More


How to Finance a Used Car in Canada

How to Finance a Used Car in Canada

In Canada, financing a brand new car is not something everyone can afford to do. So, it’s common for a lot of drivers out there to buy their vehicles from dealerships that sell used cars. With a used car, they’ll have transportation from point-A to point-B, but they… Read More


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