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There were no reported injuries as a result of this incident, however this type of behaviour behind the wheel can quickly lead to serious collisions, often resulting in irreparable damage. RCMP are reminding motorists to slow down, and drive to the road conditions. Posted speed limits are set as a maximum when the road and weather conditions are ideal.
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"I was doing just a regular inspection on my truck and I found this black box under my truck ... with flashing lights inside," Ben Ferrill of Warsaw, Ont., told Go Public. "I didn't know what it was. I didn't know if it was a bomb. We were scared to death ... It felt like a movie - unreal."
"U.S. Fleet Tracking will not under any circumstance make your information or any data specific to your vehicle tracking account available to any third party - including local, state or federal law enforcement authorities ... Even if presented with a court order, we promise to fight the courts to keep this information private and respect the privacy of our paying customers,"
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"We made this second video for all of the fans who really enjoy seeing the up-close bits of racecars," said Block. "All of the 'naughty stuff' and details you normally wouldn't get access to as a fan are highlighted in this video, so as a team we started to refer to it as 'car porn' and the name sort of stuck. My old friend and fellow DC athlete, skateboarder Steve Berra, came out and did this one for us and he's brilliant behind the camera and has an amazing eye for this style of clip. We talked about how we wanted it to be 'car porn' and he took that and ran with it. The results speak for themselves, the video looks awesome and really gives the viewer an inside view of the car, they would otherwise never get to see."
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Once Detroit and Chicago are out of the way, a good number of the early season reveals have been made. Typically, by the time Toronto rolls around, some manufacturers can only regurgitate weeks old press releases. General Motors on the other hand, has a lot to be excited about here in Canada. Not only do they have a host of new products coming on the road over the coming months, but a number of those cars are being built right here in Ontario.
The upcoming, 8 th generation Chevrolet Malibu promises to be a real bread and butter car for The General, combining a World platform with high levels of content and competitive pricing.
Spark fits in below the Sonic in the Chevy product line and will be the first real micro car from the Bowtie. The diminutive five door should be a hit thanks to its fun and funky styling and creative use of space.
As GM Canada President, Kevin Williams, spoke about the Spark, a deep rumble arose from the rear of the stage as the 580 horsepower Camaro ZL-1 roared to life. The crown jewel of the brand, is built here at the Oshawa plant along with every other Camaro coupe and convertible.
The Buick Encore crossover will offer Buick style luxury combined with the utility that many modern families need.
On the Cadillac side of things, the ATS is positioned to take on the likes of BMW's 3 series and Audi's A4. The also new XTS promises to set a new standard by which large luxury cars are judged. Caddy has stuffed more technology in the XTS than in any other car to date.
Check out our massive gallery from GM's presser this morning above.