Ford Roadside Assistance Kit and Winter Survival Kit

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Everyone dreads it, but the official start of winter doesn’t happen until the first real snowfall comes down. You can tell that it’s winter if a) the snow on the ground lasts longer then 2 days and b) terrible drivers seem to come out and find their way into the ditch. Accidents do happen. Black… Read more »

How to Change a Flat Tire

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“That would never happen to me.” “Why would I need to know that?” “I’ll just pay someone to do that.” Accidents happen, and sometimes people tend to forget that. Just the other day, one of our customers ran over a tire in their back yard. She tried to Youtube search a video on how to change… Read more »

The Fast and the Family Orientated – 7 Fun Family Vehicles

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When most people imagine a vehicle that’s ‘fun to drive’, they envision something low, swoopy, with two doors and just two seats. Sadly, for most of us a vehicle like this just isn’t practical for daily use. We need something that seats four (or more) with plenty of space for all our stuff, and won’t… Read more »

Top 10 Interesting Facts You Didn’t Know About Tires

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Despite being one of the most important components of your vehicle, most people don’t know much about their tires. Here at Driving Change Automotive Group, we believe that more attention should be payed to these amazing pieces of technology. In particular, here are ten facts that we believe everyone should know about those little rubber… Read more »

Stocking Stuffers for Auto Enthusiasts

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Is your spouse tired of getting socks in their stocking at Christmas? Well, we at Driving Change Automotive Group can help you think more creatively, especially if there’s an auto enthusiast in your family! Don’t worry, we won’t suggest wrapping up a new set of tires or anything like that, we promise. Here are 10 practical… Read more »

What You can do to Extend the Life of Your Tires (Safety and Maintenance)

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Your tires keep you on the road, but only if you keep your tires road-ready. Routine tire maintenance is more important than you might think, and you’ll likely save money not having to replace them as often as you might currently be. You’ll be safer on the road, and one of these winters you might… Read more »

Return to Winter Driving

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Another Canadian winter is almost upon us, and Driving Change Automotive Group wants you to be prepared! We had a nice summer, and your winter driving skills are probably a bit rusty. It’s not quite as easy to remember as riding a bike, is it? Well, we’ve got your back with these reminders. What are the… Read more »

Is It Safe to Drive with a Cracked Windshield?

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Beautiful, wide-open spaces, down-to-earth people, and multiculturalism—all are characteristics that make Canadians proud. But for drivers, mainly those in the Prairie Provinces, there’s an aspect to living here that draws sighs, obscenities, and lighter wallets: Due to Saskatchewan and Manitoba’s heavy reliance on sand and gravel to make our roadways navigable in the winter, damaged… Read more »