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Gas is not cheap. Here’s how to get the most out of your tank

Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to painting a picture about gas.

But as we continue to live in high prices following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, some experts are advising you on how to get a better run and reduce your bills.

Here are some of them.

1) Plan your trips

Mapping your route խուսափ Avoiding slow-moving areas is one way to get a better run, says Theresa Di Fellis, assistant vice president at the Canadian Automobile Association in South Central Ontario.

He also advises you to group your travels so that you can make sure that you do not waste valuable kilometers by going to the same area to do several things that can be done in one step.

2. Be strategic about air conditioning

As we try to avoid the heat this summer, be careful how many air conditioners you use in your car.

“Your air conditioner is a really big drain for your gas tank, especially if you choose the maximum automatic function of your car,” said Di Fellis.

He advises drivers to lower their windows before choosing an air conditioner, to avoid the maximum possibility of automatic vehicle air conditioning, and to stop cars in the hot months before freezing them.

3. Perform proper maintenance of the vehicle

“Running is better when the cars are working properly,” said Di Feliche. To keep your car in good condition, he recommends making sure the engine filters are clean, the brake fluid is full, and the tire pressure is optimal.

4. Try cruise control, avoid idleness, break hard, start “rabbit jack”

Di Feliche said that drivers should use cruise control when it is safe, avoid idleness, hard braking, and start a “jack rabbit” whenever possible.

He also advises using loyalty programs to track gas prices throughout the week to make sure you always get the best deal. read more

WATCH |: Canadians face record high gas prices.

Canadians are shocked by the gas pumps

Canadians continue to struggle with record high gas prices. At the same time, rising fuel costs are driving up the cost of everything else as transportation costs are passed on to consumers.

How smart is it to use a smart baby monitor?

There are more opportunities for parents of newborns to have a baby than ever before.

Families can choose from simple audio monitors to monitors that track breathing, heart rate, oxygen, skin temperature, sleeping position, and promise to notify parents if something goes wrong, such as if the baby’s nose is covered. or if the child rolls.

Some may also measure air temperature, humidity, play cribs, take photos, record data on how many hours a child sleeps.

But while smart baby monitors can bring peace of mind to caregivers, some questions remain about their accuracy and safety. read more

The baby carries a smart monitor that transmits vital signs information to the caregiver’s mobile device. (Shutterstock / Victor Osipenko)

The Rogers-Shaw merger will be bad for consumers. The Competition Bureau thinks so

The planned merger between the two telecommunications giants failed this week with a bid from the Competition Bureau to halt Shaw’s sale to Rogers, fearing it would lead to Canadians’ “higher prices, poorer quality, fewer choices”.

The Bureau’s investigation into the $ 26 billion deal revealed that the proposed acquisition would eliminate Shaw’s “established, independent, low-cost” competitor. It will prevent competition in Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia in the field of wireless services; it will suppress further competition in areas such as 5G.

The federal regulator asks the Competition Tribunal not to allow the transaction to take place, demands a ban to stop the two companies from closing the deal until the Bureau’s request is heard.

“Shaw’s elimination will eliminate a strong, independent competitor in the Canadian wireless market that has reduced prices, made data more accessible, and offered innovative services to its customers,” said Matthew Boswell, Competition Commissioner.

Rogers և Shaw, who revealed the bureau’s intentions over the weekend, has already announced that it intends to continue the deal to combat the commissioner’s efforts to block it. read more

The Rogers and Shaw app is pictured on a mobile phone in Ottawa on May 9, 2022. The Competition Bureau says it is trying to block the $ 26 billion acquisition of Shaw Communications Inc. by Rogers Communications Inc. (Canadian Press)

This family was rejected by the rescue dog because their son has autism. Now they are complaining about human rights

You may recall Erin Doan ընտանիքի her family’s attempt to adopt a rescue dog back in March.

The family wanted to adopt a dog from Kismut Rescuer near St. Mary, Ont.

Doan’s son, Henry, is non-verbal և recently started communicating with the help of special software installed on the iPad. One of the first things he asked for was a dog, he said.

Back in March, Kismutt Rescue posted a lengthy Facebook post about its policies, detailing the reason for its general ban, including two separate cases where the organization said it had adopted a dog to families with children with autism that had ended badly.

The post went on to suggest that 99 percent of students with autism “have outbursts, can be aggressive, violent” – Michael Knude’s statement about autism is simply not true.

“The reality of the situation is that the risk of violent behavior by people on the spectrum is no different from that of the general population,” Knud said.

On Wednesday, Doan and his family filed a lawsuit in the Ontario Court of Human Rights against a non-profit organization.

“It’s not just a complaint on behalf of my son, it’s a complaint on behalf of the entire autism community as well as their families,” Doan said. read more

Henry Doan with parents Erin և Mike (Presented by Erin Doan)

What else is happening?

Efforts by Amazon workers’ union in Canada increase in Ontario as Teamsters target Hamilton
Amazon says it does not think “unions are the best answer for our employees.”

Ottawa’s promise quietly shattered after 5 years of struggling to cut drug prices
What began as a promise to protect Canadians ended with a commitment to support pharmaceutical companies.

Why do naturalists encourage homeowners to keep their lawns “cluttered” this spring?
The No Mow May campaign has been launched in the UK to help protect plants and pollinators.

E-commerce platform error: Shopify costs BC business almost $ 18,000
The company compensates the merchant, admits that he did not provide evidence of a banking investigation.

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