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Enterprise customer billed $47K for stolen Mustang

Enterprise

Spending a weekend cruising in a Ford Mustang convertible rental car sounds like a nice way to enjoy a weekend, but for one Nova Scotia woman, her two-day rental is turning into one big financial nightmare.

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Ford Canada disapproves logo on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford T-shirts

Rob Ford

The Rob Ford scandal has already received tremendous attention around the world. The loudmouthed, drunk driving, crack-smoking mayor of Toronto has managed to reach celebrity status in a matter of months and Rob Ford merchandise including bobbleheads, hot dogs, hamburgers, and most recently, t-shirts, has become a big business.

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Calgary flood wipes out dealership inventories

Calgary flood

Many Calgarians return to work this week as the city continues to clean up and recover after massive floods.

But for car dealers the damage extends much further than a few weeks of lost sales.

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Automakers Aid In Oklahoma Tornado Recovery

 Oklahoma Tornado

The powerful Tornado that plowed through Oklahoma neighbourhoods earlier this week left thousands of victims in dire need of help. But despite the staggering wreckage that still litters the ground, fortunately, a number of automakers – including General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota and Volkswagen – have stepped up during this difficult time to donate money, supplies and vehicles to speed up recovery and rebuilding processes.

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Has in car technology gone too far?

Android Car System

With car manufacturers packing more tech in cars today our vehicles are becoming more than anything – a rolling computer.

But can drivers keep up?

In car technology is changing the driving experience, and in recent years automakers have rushed to introduce all sorts of technology that keeps drivers connected to their mobile devices, cell phones, email accounts and music while they’re on the road.

But a recent study released by Harris Poll in the U.S says that 76%, or more than 3 out of four car owners believe that in car tech is becoming too distracting and dangerous to have. In addition, 55%, or more than half involved in the study, argue automakers have taken technology for road use a bit too far.

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