Tuesday, 24 February 2015

(P3) Canadian Tidbits

(P3) Tidbits of information about Canada you may never need:


Did you know? 

· 31% - The percentage of Canadians who incorrectly inflate their tires to the max air pressure stamped on the tires sidewall. This is actually the maximum inflation pressure the tire can contain when fully loaded. Each vehicle has a decal on the driver's door that states what the pressure the tires should be set at. 

(Information gathered from Government of Canada and the automotive industry, 2015).

#tidbits #tirepressure #inflate #TrustedSaskatoon 

Friday, 20 February 2015

(P2) Canadian Tidbits

(P2) Tidbits of information about Canada you may never need:


Did you know? 

· 73% The number of Canadians that drive themselves to work in their own vehicle. Another 5.5% ride along as passengers. 

 · $2000. The maximum fine for distracted driving in Canada. Along with this fine you can also be charged with careless driving.

 · 8030 km The total length of the Trans Canada highway.

(Information gathered from Government of Canada and the automotive industry, 2015).

#tidbits #distracted #carelessdriving #Canada #TransCanada


Tuesday, 17 February 2015

(P1) Canadian Tidbits

(P1) Tidbits of information about Canada you may never need:


Did you know? 

· 25 cents The adult admission price of the first-ever auto show in Canada, held in Montreal in 1906.
 · $23.00 The adult admission price of the 2015 Auto Show starting Feb. 13th, 2015.

 · $6.25 - Adjusting for inflation (25 cents in 1906) would be approximately $6.25 in 2015. 

(Information gathered from Government of Canada and the automotive industry, 2015).

#tidbits #inflation #carshow #Canada