We have re-opened our doors!For your safety and the safety of our staff, we have installed acrylic shields. All touch points will continue to be disinfected frequently to provide a safe environment for everyone.As you come inside we have hand sanitizer available for you to use. We ask that you stay on the marked locations to keep with social distancing guidelines. We also ask that you refrain from waiting inside the building for your vehicle as much as possible, as we do not have a lot of room inside our clients waiting area.If you still prefer not to come into the building, we will gladly still communicate with you over the phone. Our 24/7 key drop-off and pick-up is still available.With the changes that have happened in the last few months, we thank-you for your understanding and co-operation as we adjust to our new enviornment.We look forward to interacting with you in person again
(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
Can you GUESS how many VALVE STEMS are in the jar? Like our page on Facebook and submit your guess below our FB post. The correct answer will win a prize on November 21st. Good Luck!
Let’s face it, most of us do not think about our vehicles until we run into a problem….and that problem may be a major inconvenience at best; an accident at worst. Having your vehicle serviced by people that you trust is an absolute must. Let our team of highly trained technicians at Crestview Auto Service work with you to make sure your vehicle is ready for the road.Winter tires are more than a gimmick when compared to all-season tires. The two biggest differences being the rubber composition stays much softer and pliable from 7 degrees Celsius and colder and the tread pattern will have many small incisions in the tread pattern to allow the tire to squirm and stick to the icy road surface.All season tires have compromises built into them ... read more
(P4) Tidbits of information about Canada that you may never need:Did you know? 60% of new car sales in Canada last year were purchased using a loan.52% of used car sales in Canada last year were purchased using a loan.69% of car loans last year were on a term of 72 months or more.
(Information gathered from Government of Canada and the automotive industry, 2015).#tidbits #buyingacar #loans #financing #sales #TrustedSaskatoon