As the saying goes, “April showers bring May flowers” which means slick roads and an increased risk of hydroplaning.
Hydroplaning occurs when a layer of water builds between the wheels of your vehicle and the road surface, leading to a loss of traction that prevents the vehicle from responding to control inputs. The risk of hydroplaning is highest when the rain has just started to fall because light rain can mix with oily residue on the road, making the surface slick.
Servicing your vehicle is inevitable, no matter how new or old your car is you will eventually have to take it in to get serviced – the question is, where? There are two main options, either a local repair shop or the dealership.
Spring is in the air which means it’s time to start thinking about getting your car ready for the new season. Here are our top four tips on how to get your vehicle springtime ready.
Remove Winter Tires: Winter tires are designed with a specific rubber compound used to provide traction on icy roads. During the warmer months these unique compounds can become damaged by heat and humidity. It is recommended to switch to all-season tires for the spring/summer. Crown Mazda is proud ...
We love seeing members of our Crown Mazda family get recognized for their outstanding performance in the industry and this week we celebrated two employees in particular.
Reynold Bergen has been named Mazda Canada’s Top Technician for 2016. The annual competition takes place in Richmond Hill, Ontario, where ten of Mazda’s leading technicians from across Canada compete in a timed match to debug a CX-3 within a two hour time limit.