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    Canada: Top 10 worst things to do at a police checkpoint

    Police checkpoints and roadblocks are designed to keep our roads safe and catch dangerous drivers before bad things happen, but if you really want to know how to act at a police roadblock, it's best to go straight to the source... So why not ask the police officers manning them for a few helpful ...

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    Featured: Most common excuses for speeding according to police

    With Toronto officially called out as the worst city in North America for speed traps, we gladly the brought you the best ways to avoid speeding tickets and even shared the best ways to talk your way out of a ticket. But when all else fails, what other excuses have you tried to use in order to ...

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    Report: Top 10 Best car interiors of 2014

    While we're still a ways off from the automotive awards season proper, where things like this year's North American Car and Truck of the Year, Automobile Magazine's all-star list and Car and Driver's Ten Best are named, that doesn't mean there aren't trophies being handed out to deserving ...

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    Featured: Top 10 cheapest all-wheel drive cars in Canada

    This past winter was just awful for drivers in Canada, surely inspiring many people to think about upgrading their vehicle to something with all-wheel drive that can better handle snow storm conditions more effectively. The folks at Kelley Blue Book (KBB) recently put together list of the best ...

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    Exclusive: How to score a better deal: The complete guide to car price quotes

    Negotiating for a new car is no picnic – we all know that – but you can make the process easier on yourself by learning how it works. Forget about knowing how to charm car dealers or even understanding the basic functions of a car; this stuff comes up much later. What you should know ...

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    Featured: Cheap and easy ways to make your used car worth more money

    According to this list of the best and worst used car values, the greatest single cost in car ownership is vehicle depreciation. While there's really no way of stopping it, taking proper care of your car and keeping it in overall great shape can often raise its resale value and end up fetching ...

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    Featured: Getting the best deal: What's that used car really worth?

    Used car buying tips can really come in handy, but there are a number of factors, subjective or otherwise, that actually go into deciding the value and cost of a car, especially when shopping for a used car. From features to brand reputation, there's more to the price of your used car than a ...

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    Video: 2015 GMC Yukon burst into flames during test drive

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    Featured: From crash to aftermath: What to do when you get in a car accident?

    Accidents happen, and as we all know... so must car insurance claims. The ebb and flow of traffic lends itself to many unfortunate scenarios and even the safest drivers can find themselves victims of an automobile accident or caught in a crash. So, what now? How can you be sure you'll avoid any ...

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    Study: Top 10 most reliable long lasting cars

    Have you ever had a car so great that you just couldn't part with it? (meet Irv Gordon's 3-Million mile Volvo) Maybe a truck so reliable you refused to replace or retire it? (like this 1-Million kms Ford F-150 in Niagara Falls) Well, while most of us would pick a new car over an old one any day, ...