You may have noticed that gas prices have been on the rise. In April 2020, because of the pandemic, the average gas price sat at just 76 cents. In early July 2021, the average soared to $1.36, almost double that. As the spread of COVID-19 finally appears to be slowing down, experts expect pump prices... Read More.
Electric vehicles have been growing in popularity. Between 2017 and 2018 alone, the global stock of EVs increased by 63%. When they come up in conversation, you may have heard names such as Tesla and Chevrolet Bolt and wondered if it was time you committed to an EV yourself. To help you decide, we’ll discuss... Read More.
Motor safety laws in Canada dictate many aspects of vehicle design. In Ontario, your car must meet safety standards to have a licence plate and therefore be driven on roads. A new safety law comes into effect in Canada in September: tail lights that turn on automatically with daytime running lights. The Development of Lights... Read More.
by Lori Straus Dash cams can range from a single dashboard camera you mount on your dashboard to a system of cameras mounted around your car. In this blog post, we’ll explain different reasons to consider different a dash cam. Guard Your Vehicle When You’re Not Around You don’t need Tesla’s Centenary function to protect... Read More.
Part of the fun of buying a car is choosing the colour. But while many people go for the paint option they like best, that decision can affect what the vehicle is worth years down the road. To illustrate just how profound that effect can be, iSeeCars analyzed the sales of three-year-old used vehicles in... Read More.
by Lori Straus When you buy a vehicle, keep future resale price in mind. Depending on how long you hope to own the vehicle, making the right choice when you purchase can add a few hundred dollars or more to your vehicle’s resale value when it comes time to trade it in. In this blog... Read More.
by Lori Straus Even car un-enthusiasts will recognize gullwing doors: they’re what made the DeLorean in the Back to the Future movie trilogy look so hot. So, why don’t we see more of them? In this blog post, we’ll cover some iconic gullwing-door cars and explain why the design isn’t as useful as it is... Read More.
by Chris Chase Late-model vehicles are more dependable than ever, according to the latest data from the auto industry analysts at JD Power, whose 2021 dependability study noted a 10 per cent drop in complaints from owners of three-year-old cars and trucks compared with last year. The study’s three-year timeframe means that 2018 models are... Read More.
by Lori Straus EV charging stations are popping up everywhere. Although an EV car will drive on average 200-400 km on one charge (depending on the model and the weather and road conditions), you’ll find stations along many major routes from Windsor to Kenora. In fact, Electric Autonomy reports a 15% increase in the number... Read More.
by Lori Straus An important factor in deciding what car you want to buy is what other people think about that car. You’ll likely research reviews, both by professionals and by car owners. A statistic related to review research is brand loyalty: how many people buy from the same brand again? In this blog post,... Read More.