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  More to Car Service than Just Price When most people buy a new vehicle, they take it back to the dealership that they bought it from for regular maintenance and repairs. Then, after a few years (usually after the warranty has expired), a funny thing starts to happen. They stop going back to the… Read more »

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No Credit History? No Problem! Your credit score is one of those things that’s easy to forget about yet it tends to stick with you like gum on your shoe. You don’t think it will affect you until you apply for a car loan or a mortgage and then it bites you on the proverbial… Read more »

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  Canadians can be quite frugal, and they love to buy used cars. Buying used is a great way to save a lot of money off the cost of a new vehicle. Cars depreciate a lot during the first few years of ownership – up to 30% of their value or more. Buying a used… Read more »

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Buying a new car can be very stressful and a long and drawn out process. Just when you think you’re done, it’s off to the Finance and Insurance office for another round of calculations and decision making. Before you know it, the price you thought you would be paying for your vehicle can balloon into… Read more »

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People are justifiably anxious about transmitting personal information over the internet. Frequent security breaches have resulting in millions of pieces of personal information like bank account numbers, health records, passwords, or social insurance numbers being accidentally leaked. In some cases, this information has been used for criminal purposes. However, millions of financial transactions take place… Read more »