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Victoria, BC
V8T 2G8

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Is it OK to Buy Generic Tires?

Tire selection can be one of the most mind-boggling parts of car ownership. Are OE tires worth it, or is it okay to go with a different set of rubber?

Do Automatics Get Better Mileage?

Many purists still believe that a properly driven manual transmission gets better mileage than a modern automatic. But, what does the data say?

Are Bigger Cars Safer?

One of the major driving forces behind the explosion in popularity of the SUV is that people feel safer in a bigger vehicle. Is there any merit to this argument? Here are the details.

Should You Go Past 1/4 Tank?

A common piece of advice is, "don't let your gas tank go below 1/4 tank, because driving while low on fuel will stress your fuel pump". Do our experts agree? Find out here.

Round-Up: Automatic Transmissions

We have been busy over the last month writing articles that address many of the questions and concerns we are faced at the shop regarding automatic transmissions. Below is a quick round up of our latest work. Spend some time digging around, we think you will like what you find.

Myth or Fact: I Should Coast In Neutral to Save Fuel

There is a ton of false information out there. Some of it is misguided, and some of it is just left over from when vehicles were made in a different way to completely different regulations. This week we decide if coasting in neutral to save fuel is a fact or myth.

Replace a belt with pantyhose: Fact or Myth?

As with most old wives tales and myths, they are rooted in at least a bit of truth. The question is, how much truth are we talking about here? This week we examine the adage that you can replace a snapped belt with pantyhose in a much truth is there?

Fix a Leak With a Raw Egg: Fact or Myth?

There is a ton of false information out there. Some of it is is partially true, some is completely misguided. But what about cracking an egg in your radiator to stop a leak? Get the skinny from our technicians as we put this myth to the test.
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