You’ve leased a vehicle and the contract is coming to an end. Do you know what your options and obligations are at the end of the contract? Keep these points in mind to prevent any surprises. Is it an open-end lease or a closed-end lease? Review the contract to understand what type of lease youRead More
You might be scrolling on your feed when you see an ad for a car. However, the ad is just a post from one of your followers, who works at a dealership and is encouraging people to test drive a vehicle. Does this even count as an advertisement? In Alberta, the Consumer Protection Act (CPA)Read More
2018 – 2019 AMVIC annual report highlights: AMVIC celebrated 20 years as Alberta’s automotive regulator (page 2). Read about how the amended ABR legislation enhanced consumer protection in Alberta (page 8). Find out what were the five most common complaint types submitted to AMVIC’s consumer services department (page 12). For the 2018 – 2019 year,Read More
If you’re thinking of purchasing a used car, be curber aware. Curbers are unlicensed, illegal businesses that often appear to be a private seller or a legitimate business. Typically, curbers sell stolen, damaged, or odometer-tampered vehicles. Consumers who buy these vehicles are often disappointed and find that when problems surface, the seller is gone andRead More
First time buyers can sometimes feel overwhelmed with the vehicle purchasing process. With so many different options out there, it’s important not to make any rush decisions when it comes to purchasing your first vehicle. If you decide to purchase a vehicle, make sure that the automotive business that you are dealing with is AMVIC-licensed.Read More
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