What started off during COVID when automakers slowed production to keep pace with consumers not spending money turned into a global shortage of cars that has only been worsened by a global chip shortage. The chips that we are talking about power pretty much every electronic device you have at home. In this blog, we... Read More.
by Lori Straus With many still endeavouring to safely socialize outdoors, drive-in events haven’t seen this kind of popularity in decades now. If you’re developing screen fatigue, get in the car and head out to a drive-in event with other members of your household. As your grandmother probably told you, the fresh air will do... Read More.
by Lori Straus With summer on spring’s heels, nothing says outdoors and socializing more than warm weather, a bright sun, and clear skies. Unfortunately, the pandemic is putting a wrench in many summer road trips and other travel plans. But not to be undone by an invisible foe, several organizations are already trying to find... Read More.
by Lori Straus You’ve likely been told over the years to wash your hands after going to the washroom and also after handling cash. In fact, some stores won’t even handle cash today for fear of transmitting the coronavirus. (The Bank of Canada has asked stores not to do so, because not everyone has access... Read More.
by Lori Straus With regular updates from the government, it’s sometimes hard to know who’s open and who isn’t. Vehicle repair shops have been deemed an essential workplace in Ontario, so you can still have your car repaired during the pandemic. However, it is far from business as usual for car service. Before you take... Read More.
By Lori Straus Leaving your vehicle inactive for several weeks or even months doesn’t give your car a rest. It can actually damage your car if you don’t properly maintain it. In this blog post, we’ll cover the basics of maintaining your vehicle while you’re not driving it often, if at all. Clean Everything Out... Read More.