BC winter tire laws

In BC, a legal winter tire must have a tread depth of at least 3.5mm, and it must also be labeled as “M and S”, meaning that it is a “mud and snow” or “all season” tire. This is the minimum requirement. Instead of this symbol, it may instead have a 3-peaked mountain...

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5 Ways to Enjoy a Kelowna Winter Drive

  As the days get shorter and the temperatures begin to plummet, Kelowna experiences a dazzling and picturesque change in weather which can be mesmerizing and unique for all kinds of visitors. Here are 5 ways to enjoy Kelowna in the winter. Go on a Okanagan road trip!...

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Symptoms of a Failing Cooling System

Symptoms of a Failing Cooling System Vehicles rely on the coordination and synergy of many different systems in order to operate effectively, and the cooling system is no exception. A failing cooling system could cause your engine to overheat, which is needless to say...

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3 Common Signs of Major Engine Trouble

High mileage and subpar maintenance habits can take their toll on your engine over time, reducing it to a shadow of its former self. Although some engine problems will require only minor repairs, others could be the death of your engine altogether. For this reason, it...

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Top 5 Signs That It’s Time for Brake Repair

A well-functioning set of brakes is essential for any safe vehicle. It makes sense really – a good set of brakes could be the thing that saves your life (or other people’s lives). Due to their importance, brakes can signal that they need repairing or changing in a...

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The Importance of Routine Auto Maintenance

When you buy a vehicle, whether it is brand new or used, you always need to consider its future maintenance. You want your vehicle to remain reliable, safe, and road-legal as time goes on, so it is important to carry out regular maintenance on your vehicle. Staying on...

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How to Save Money on Vehicle Maintenance

How to Save Money on Vehicle Maintenance Proper vehicle maintenance extends the life of your car, minimizes the likelihood of costly repairs, and increases your resale value. Below is what you need to know to save hundreds to thousands of dollars each year on driving,...

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