Easing the Pressure: ICBC reveals distribution plan for gas relief rebate cheques

Vancouver, British Columbia — Details surrounding ICBC’s gas relief rebate have finally been unveiled, as the government insurer plans to dole out $165 to any customer who held a basic insurance policy during February 2022. This news follows B.C. Premier John Horgan’s initial March announcement that the government would be sending out one-time cheques of […]

Canada: cooling on cars, picking up on pickups

While car shares are the lowest total in over fifty years, sales of light-trucks are record-breaking.

By CRM staff Richmond Hill, Ontario — January 10, 2018 — While sales of cars slipped in Canada last year, it was a record-breaking year for vehicle sales overall, thanks to the number of light trucks bought by Canadians, according to a report released by DesRosiers Automotive Consultants. With Canadians buying more than two million […]

Consumers receptive to self-driving cars: Study

A new consumer study published by BNP Paribas indicates that more than half of the people surveyed indicate they would be interested in purchasing a self-driving car.

By Jeff Sanford Toronto, Ontario — December 21, 2015 — A new study from a French investment bank finds that drivers seem amenable to giving up the reins when it comes to driving. The emergence of automated vehicles will lead to reduced injuries and better vehicle care, and so will be welcomed by consumers, or […]