Chief Marketing Officer for Kanetix.ca, Canada's largest online financial services comparison website
Andrew Lo is the Chief Marketing Officer for Kanetix.ca, leading all brand and marketing efforts for Canada's largest online financial services comparison website. He has many years of experience leading FinTech companies and has developed companies from simple start-ups into industry shaping ventures with over 4,000 employees. He is an entrepreneur at heart and is also a business advisor for Ryerson University's DMZ - Canada's largest startup incubator. With a passion for technology, cars and SciFi, Andrew is sharing his breadth of knowledge and experience online.
It's estimated that about 18 per cent of all greenhouse gas emissions in Canada come from the cars we drive and how we drive them. With almost one-fifth of greenhouse gas emissions coming from our cars, there's a lot we can do to drive change and minimize our impact on the environment as motorists.
If you live in Brampton, Vaughan or Mississauga and feel like you're paying too much for car insurance, you're not alone and you're definitely not imagining things. Brand new Kanetix.ca data shows the...
When it comes down to it, an electric car can actually save you thousands of dollars down the road when it comes to fuel costs. In addition, some provinces have launched incentive campaigns to help drivers subsidize the initial purchase price. In Ontario for example, drivers can save up to $13,000 on eligible vehicles thanks to incentives.
It's OK to engage in a little fun and chase around these imaginary characters, but safety always comes first. And when your attention is completely on your virtual surroundings rather than what's really in front of you, you can easily end up in a dangerous situation.
Street tuners are vehicles with modified equipment that improve performance or make them unique in their appearance. But even though they are completely legal for regular driving, most insurance companies shy away from providing coverage for tuners.
The majority of Canadians believe driverless car technology will result in fewer accidents, speeding and drunk driving. Advancements in electronics that will make the driverless car a reality are certainly the talk of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2016).
modern winter tires offer up to 50 per cent more traction than all-seasons, and it's estimated that they'll shorten your braking distance by as much 25 per cent. It's widely reported that winter tires simply handle winter weather conditions better than all-seasons, and from personal experience, I'm a believer.