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Should You Change Your Own Oil?

Posted by Alannah McEwan on May 29, 2017 2:41:30 PM

Is an oil change safe and practical for the average DIYer? Or is a job like this better left to the professionals?

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Topics: car

Vehicle Thefts on the Rise in Edmonton

Posted by Alannah McEwan on May 23, 2017 12:33:05 PM

Last year there was a significant increase in the number of stolen vehicles in Edmonton. Stolen vehicles are often driven recklessly and used for crime. The good news is that every driver can help reduce the number of stolen vehicles by doing a few simple things.

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Topics: car, Car Insurance

Should You Get Winter Tires?

Posted by Alannah McEwan on Sep 28, 2016 4:07:03 PM

Are you debating buying winter tires? Not sure of the benefits? As fall begins, and winter draws closer, it’s time to start thinking about tires. Many Albertans believe that their all season tires are ‘good enough’. What is the difference between winter tires and all season tires? Is good enough really good enough?

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Topics: car, winter driving

Tips To Prevent Vehicle Theft

Posted by Alannah McEwan on Sep 13, 2016 12:55:25 PM

An experienced thief can steal your car, without a key, in 30 seconds. After your home, your vehicle is probably your largest investment. Most vehicle thefts are preventable. Taking some simple steps can help reduce the risk of your vehicle being stolen.  

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Topics: car, car thieves, stolen cars

Is Topping Up Your Gas Tank at the Pump Good or Bad?

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Sep 27, 2013 8:52:00 AM

should I top up my gas tankFilling up your gas tank may seem like a pretty simple task, but if you were to watch people at the pump you'd begin to notice some nuances to how every one does it. For example: you may be the type of person who plays the market and only puts $20 in, hoping that prices will go down next time you need gas. Or you may fill your tank right up stopping when the pump clicks off. OR you may be the one who always tops up the tank even after the pump has stopped once.

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Topics: car, Auto Insurance, Car Insurance, Car Insurance Edmonton