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November 17, 2019

 
 
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Are winter tires worth the investment?
Are winter tires worth the investment?
 

Jason Tchir

Every winter, my brother-in-law teases me for putting winter tires on our two SUVs. He says they’re a cash grab and aren’t necessary with all-wheel drive. He thinks that if winter tires really made a difference, they’d be required by law. – Jamal, Edmonton

 
Winter tires aren’t just for snowflakes. If you live anywhere in Canada with snow and ice, which is almost everywhere, they’re better than all-seasons at keeping you from sliding into the ditch.

 
 
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Single, retired and looking for all the latest features in a new SUV
 

Petrina Gentile and Mark Richardson

 
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The stylish new Corsair SUV is not your father’s Lincoln
The stylish new Corsair SUV is not your father’s Lincoln
 

Petrina Gentile

 
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