Faulty Cars: What To Do If You Buy A Lemon

Nothing is more maddening that purchasing a vehicle that breaks down every other week. You spend thousands of dollars on a spanking new model or pristine late model car and then end up spending thousands more to fix it. Although Canada does not have specific "lemon laws" to protect buyers from new cars with manufacturer's defects, it does offer different consumer protection options. As a Canadian citizen, you can get help with your lemon, even if it is used. [Read More]

3 Signs That Your Transmission Is On It's Way Out

The transmission is one of the most important parts of the car. Sadly, it is also one of the most expensive things to replace in a car, which is why it is so important that you know how to detect transmission problems so that you can avoid major problems and prepare for the repair. Here are some signs that your transmission is going bad. 1. Rough Shifts The transmission's most important job is helping the car shift gears. [Read More]

Is You Car's Starter Failing? Know What To Look For

The starter is what provides your car with the initial power needed to start the engine so that it can run on its own. If your starter has a problem where it is unable to function properly, the engine will no longer crank when turning the key. While diagnosing a problem with your car's starter may seem daunting, these basic techniques may help you diagnose the problem and potentially isolate the cause. [Read More]