The new report, E-tailing: Online Shopping Habits of Canadian Car Owners is the second report in AIA Canada's Consumer Behaviour Series.
Ottawa, Ontario -- April 11, 2017 -- AIA Canada has released the second report in its Consumer Behaviour Series, a set of four publications designed to provide a comprehensive view of Canadian car owners’ attitudes towards vehicle repair and maintenance.
 
The new report, E-tailing: Online Shopping Habits of Canadian Car Owners, looks at how Canadians are increasingly turning towards the comforts of shopping from their homes, including vehicle related purchases. This report follows on from the first report in the series, Car Care Information: What Media Channels Are Canadians Using?
 
AIA Canada’s E-tailing: Online Shopping Habits of Canadian Car Owners provides insights into the minds of 2,000 Canadian car owners. The report is available to AIA Canada members for free at this link. Non-members can purchase the report for $199.
 
Two more reports are slated for the series: Repair & Maintenance – Views of 2,000 Canadians and Connected Car: What Data is Your Car Generating?
 

 

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