Category Archives: Editorials

Buick Avenir Concept Hits All The Right Spots

By Robert Nichols Whoever is in charge at Buick these days is doing a good job. The recent offerings have been a breath of fresh air that has caught the attention of a much broader range of buyers. And Buick just keeps the surprises coming. At the Detroit International Autoshow, Buick revealed...
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Russia Bans Homosexuals, Transgender Citizens & Other “Deviants” From Driving

By Kevin Harrison Russia has reportedly taken steps to ban homosexual and transgendered people from obtaining their driver's license. According to the International Business Times, the new policy affects anyone who is a "deviant". Their list supposedly includes:
  • Homosexuals
  • Transgender people
  • Anyone with "sex disorders" (the Russian government claims fetishism, voyeurism, exhibitionists etc....
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Top 5 Modern Advancements In New Vehicles

By Kevin Harrison It's pretty amazing how quickly technology can advance an industry and the automotive sector is no exception. At CarDriven.ca, we test brand new vehicles each week and thus, get the opportunity to try out the latest and greatest technologies being stuffed into new cars. We thought it would be...
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Why Amber Turn Signals Are In Decline

By Kevin Harrison Is it just me, or has the number of new vehicles on the road with amber turn signals been in significant decline? If it is just me, please disregard the rest of this article as diluted nonsense. But trust me, if you actually take the time to count how...
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1943 Willys Jeep On Display At Hamilton Dealership

Guest post from Bay King Chrysler While the origin of the Jeep name still remains a popular topic of debate, its’ record of performance is unquestioned from both testimonials from those who used it during World War II to the proud Jeep owners of today. Bay King Chrysler has not forgotten the...
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New Buy, or Not New Buy? New vs Used Cars

New Buy, or Not New Buy? New vs Used Cars

By Sladen West The choice to buy a car isn’t one that most people can afford to take lightly. After all, not only are you going to be sinking (potentially) thousands upon thousands of dollars into the vehicle over the course of...
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Car Maintenance: Upgrades You Need to Know About

Car Maintenance: Upgrades You Need to Know About

By Sladen West You may feel like you live in your car, especially if you drive to work diligently each day. However, your vehicle is a mechanized machine, requiring periodic maintenance to keep it running smoothly. Although you may change the oil and replace...
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Test Drive: 2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE

By Kevin Harrison I once wrote a column on electric cars for the wheels section of a newspaper that shall remain nameless. The editor of this particular wheels section read it on a Friday and wrote back to me saying it was one of the best automotive related columns he had...
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Stop Changing Your Oil So Often

By Sladen West Don’t blow bubbles in your milk. Turn the lights off when you leave a room. Don’t fight with your sister. Don’t chew with your mouth open. Change the oil every 3,000 miles. We’re taught all of these things from a very young age, and these ideas start to...
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