Days are getting shorter, nights are getting longer, and accidents are becoming more prevalent during the winter months. According to ICBC statistics, there are on average 26,000 crashes during the month of December alone. The longer nights, the more frequent rainy days and the odd snow days are all contributing factors to this statistic.
Our team kicked-off the season of giving this year with the return of Club OpenRoad’s popular Pet Photos with Santa event. From cats and dogs to turtles and guinea pigs, it was an adorable couple weeks at four of our B.C. dealerships, where a record $8,900 was raised to support four different animal shelters.
“Raincouver”. That is the nickname of Vancouver during the Fall & Winter months, and sometimes during Spring too. It can feel as though it’s raining every single day of the year. As Vancouverites, we know it can be a dangerous time of the year to drive. Not only does the rain complicate things, but the shorter days and longer nights also greatly reduce visibility. So, to help you navigate through Vancouver’s rainy period, here are some tips that you can use to help you when driving in the rain.
Members have saved more than $8.5 million in both vehicle sales and service since 2012.
How do we make the most out of these historically high gas prices? Here are 7 fuel-saving tips to get the most out of your next fill-up.
Winter tires come in many shapes and sizes; how do you pick the right one? We’ve listed a few tips to make your decision a little easier.
The highly anticipated Area 27 Track Experience is back! Read the full recap here.
OpenRoad is thrilled to partner with Grouse Mountain once again and bring back its popular perks for Club OpenRoad members.
There is a lot to unpack with the new incremental luxury tax that the Government of Canada is introducing, so we’ve put together a list of five key things you need to know.
It seems that everyone wants to get their hands on a brand-new Electric Vehicle (EV) these days. Which EVs are worth waiting for? We’ve compiled a list right here, so mark your calendars!