You’ve probably heard of the term “lemon” car, and if you haven’t, it means a car that wasn’t manufactured properly and has a long list of issues that can’t be fixed. So obviously, whether you’re looking to buy a new car or a used car, you want to avoid buying a lemon car.
As Canada continues to become more environmentally conscious, Canadian’s are buying hybrid cars at an increased rate. A study was done recently that found 1 in 3 Canadians are considering buying an electric car while 20% of Canadians are considering buying a vehicle that doesn’t run totally off of fuel.
When you’re locked into a car loan, you never want to end up in a position when you’re in what’s known as negative equity. Negative equity on a car loan means that the value of the vehicle you’re paying is less than the amount you owe on the car.
It doesn’t matter what activity you’re doing, if you do something for long enough, you’re bound to develop habits. This notion applies to driving especially, as many of us start driving around 16-18 years old and continue to drive well into our 80’s, driving habits are going to form. But what if we told you that some of the most common driving habits actually damage your car?
Is 20% really an overkill amount to use as a down payment or is it a number you should consider when financing a car? Ultimately, everyone’s financing situation is different and there is no one term fits all scenario.
Over the past half-decade, the Canadian government has introduced a ton of electric vehicle rebates and incentives to get more Canadians behind the wheel of electric cars. In this article, we’re going to tell you everything there is to know about electric vehicle rebates, which vehicles are eligible and the cheapest electric cars on the market.
We all want to get the best deal possible when we’re shopping for a car. Most of the time, in order to get the best deal, you need to know how and be willing to negotiate.
For many people looking to buy a car in Canada, affordability is one of the biggest factors. While you’re going to want to do a good bit of research into a car before you buy it, we’re hoping this list can expedite the process
We prepare our cars for the freezing cold winters, so why isn’t it as common to prepare our cars for the scorching hot summers? In this article, we’re going to give you 10 tips on how to prepare your car for a hot summer.
Have you ever enjoyed the new car smell in a new car that you are test driving? It can be intoxicating. Not because of the smell alone but because this could be your car! The process of buying a new car can be a roller coaster of emotions. Knowing what to buy, when to say no, what extras to get, how to negotiate…. It can be exhilarating and stressful at the same time.
Getting an 84-month car loan term means lower monthly payments and 7 years to make payments towards your vehicle. It’s also the most common term length amongst Canadian’s who choose car financing. While it works for a lot of Canadian’s, there are certainly some drawbacks to a loan term that long.
Despite cannabis being legalized in Canada for the past three years, many Canadian’s are still unsure about the rules around driving and cannabis. You may be wondering for example if it’s legal to get behind the wheel after having smoked in the last two hours. Unfortunately in Canada, impaired driving is the leading criminal cause of bodily harm or death.