Earn $100 for You or Your Favourite Non-profit Organization!

DRIVING FORCE Account Manager, Dennis Sanche, (right) presents DRIVING FORCE customer Bill Wensley (left) with a cheque for $100 for referring his son, who purchased a used truck from DRIVING FORCE.

With our Rev’n U customer referral program, you can earn cash for yourself or your favourite charity/non-profit organization. Go to revnu.ca and sign up today.

Once you are registered online, simply fill in information about the individual(s) you are referring, and if they purchase or lease a vehicle from DRIVING FORCE within 6 months, you will receive a $100 cheque for you or your favourite charity!

Earn cash for your son’s hockey team, your daughter’s gymnastics club or any other non-profit organization you choose. Our charitable donation option makes it easy for you to give to your favourite cause and get recognized for your contribution.

It pays to be a DRIVING FORCE customer.

DRIVING FORCE Sponsors Veteran Chuckwagon Driver Jerry Bremner

DRIVING FORCE and Midwest Pipelines have partnered to sponsor three–time world champion chuckwagon driver, Jerry Bremner.

Jerry is participating in the “Half Mile of Hell” rodeo tour this summer and we have hooked him up with a decaled GMC truck.

Jerry will be driving his DRIVING FORCE truck with chuckwagon in tow in the Grande Prairie Stompede Parade, which takes place on May 28th at 6 pm.

Check out the Half Mile of Hell’s website for more information about the tour and its schedule.

Join our Team!

By Megan Vaughan, HR Coordinator

DRIVING FORCE is growing and we are looking for outstanding people to add to our team.

Are you looking to pursue a career in the Canadian automotive industry? DRIVING FORCE could be your next employer!

With 17 locations throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Nunavut and the Yukon, including Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, Saskatoon, Fort St. John, Vancouver (Langley), Terrace, Whitehorse, Iqaluit and Inuvik, DRIVING FORCE offers a fun and professional work environment in the vehicle rentals, sales and leasing industry.

One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for seven consecutive years, we work together to uphold our DRIVING FORCE philosophy of exceeding customer expectations.

Some current employment opportunities are:

Sales Consultant – Fort St. John

Sales Manager – Klondike Motors Inc.

Detailer/Lot Attendant – Saskatoon

Shop Supervisor – Klondike Motors Inc.

Finance and Sales Manager – Coach Auto Sales

Software Developer – Edmonton West

For a complete list of current DRIVING FORCE job postings, a video about our company, and how to apply, check out our Careers page.

DRIVING FORCE Sponsors Wheels of Dreams!

DRIVING FORCE’s Saskatoon branch donated $5,000 to the Wheels of Dreams project.

The project involves building a 1956 Ford “Snakebit” F-100 truck to be auctioned off to raise money for the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan.

Check out the Wheels of Dreams website for more information.



Spring Vehicle Maintenance Tips!

Now that spring is finally here and summer is around the corner, it’s time for a little spring maintenance to keep your vehicle running in tip top shape.

Here are five spring vehicle maintenance tips:

1) Check/replace your air filter

Throughout the winter, a lot of road spray gets sucked up into an engine’s air intake as you drive, often clogging the filter. A blocked filter results in restricted air flow and reduced performance and mileage. Spring is a great time to have your air filter checked and replaced so your vehicle’s engine can breathe easier.

2) Change your tires/align your wheels

Remove your winter tires as soon as it’s safe to do so as driving on your winter tires late into the spring will ruin them. Winter road conditions can be super tough on your vehicle and can throw its wheel alignment out of whack. Have your wheels realigned and your tires balanced to put your vehicle back on track.

3) Have your oil changed

It is recommended that you change your oil every 5,000 kilometres or every 3 months. Many drivers don’t follow those guidelines or simply forget, so spring is the perfect time to have your oil changed.

4) Clear out your trunk

Having unnecessary weight in your vehicle’s trunk or truck bed can reduce fuel efficiency. Clear out your trunk or bed of winter items, such as sand bags, to lighten the load and make room for fun summer items.

5) Clean up your ride

Salt, sand and gravel from roads in the winter can seriously corrode your vehicle. Make sure to give your vehicle, especially its undercarriage, a good wash. Clean your vehicle’s interior as well, including washing the floor mats and vacuuming.

Check out more spring vehicle maintenance tips here.

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