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July 10, 2018 – 5:27 pm | Edit Post

Every once in a while, living in Canada bears unexpectedly delicious – and occasionally forbidden – automotive fruit. For some reason, Mercedes-Benz doesn’t sell its excellent C300 wagon in the United States, but it does make it available to Canadians, who have traditionally embraced the long-roof lifestyle.

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Beware Online Car Sales Scams

February 1, 2010 – 7:03 pm | Edit Post

The old cliché that the internet is full of scams is in some ways still accurate today. As in any situation where you are asked to part with your money, when shopping online you should always make sure that the person you are doing with – virtual or otherwise – is on the up and up.

A Winter Car Storage Checklist

December 3, 2009 – 5:57 pm | Edit Post

This week I finally faced up to reality and put the Miata away for its first winter sleep in my care. While I know that many Miata-ites are comfortable strapping on a hard top and tackling the snow and ice without a second thought, I am not willing to deal with the eventual corrosion issues that Canadian winters would visit on my track car.

Car Buying Advice From A Car Writer – The Most Important Opinion Is Your Own

November 5, 2009 – 5:52 pm | Edit Post

Don’t get me wrong – I am flattered that people think enough of my opinion to ask what I would do if I were in their shoes. The truth of the matter is, however, that buying a car is a really personal decision that involves a lot of factors specifically related to the needs of the buyer.