Season’s Greetings!


The staff at DRIVING FORCE would like to wish you a safe and happy holiday season.

We thank you for doing business with us this year and we look forward to working with you to meet all your vehicle rentals, sales, leasing and fleet management needs in the new year.

Our branches will be closed on December 25th, 26th and January 1st.

Wishing you a prosperous and healthy 2014!

How To Jump Start A Car!


The odds of a car owner experiencing a dead car battery in his or her lifetime are pretty good. So be proactive and make sure you know how to jump start a car properly!

1) For starters, make sure you always have a set of jumper cables in your trunk. Gloves and goggles would also be good for increased safety.

2) Next, you have to determine that a dead battery is actually the reason for your vehicle not starting. If you turn the ignition and hear the engine cranking, then a dead battery is not the problem. If you turn the key and your vehicle does nothing, then there’s a good chance it’s your battery.

3) Ensure both vehicles are turned off and are facing each other but not touching.

4) Pop the hoods, locate the batteries and then connect one end of the red (positive) jumper cable to the positive terminal on the dead battery. The terminal will have a (+) positive sign and may be red as well.

5) Connect the other end of the red (positive) cable to the positive terminal of the charged battery.

6) Take the black (negative) jumper cable and connect one end to the negative terminal of the good battery. It will be marked with a (–) negative sign and may be black.

7) Then connect the other end of the black (negative) cable to a clean, unpainted piece of grounded metal on the “dead” vehicle.

8) Start the car that is doing the jumping and let it run for two to three minutes before starting the “dead” car. Don’t race the engine but you can rev it for 30 to 60 seconds to charge the battery of the “dead” vehicle.

9) Once the dead car has come back to life, remove the cables in the reserve order in which they were attached and ensure they don’t touch each other or dangle into the engine compartment. Disconnect the black clamp from grounded metal on the dead car, then the black clamp from the negative (-) terminal of the good battery; the red clamp from the positive (+) terminal of the good battery and finally the red clamp from the positive (+) terminal of the dead battery.

10) Drive your jumped car around for at least 15 minutes to recharge your battery and you should be good to go. If the battery dies again, it most likely needs to be replaced.

Source: http://www.wikihow.com/Jump-Start-a-Car

New Leduc Location Opening in January 2014!


DRIVING FORCE is opening a second Leduc location in early 2014 to better serve your vehicle rental and leasing needs at the Edmonton International Airport and in the Leduc and Nisku area.

At our new Leduc location, you will receive the same great service from our friendly, professional staff, and the very best selection of cars, trucks, vans and SUVs, but now in a more efficient, spacious environment.

8336 Sparrow Crescent (behind the Royal Executive Inn), Leduc, Alberta T9E 8B7

Phone: 780-980-2672

Fax: 780-980-2674

Rental department hours: Monday to Friday – 7 am to 6 pm.

Leasing department hours: Monday to Friday – 8 am to 5 pm.

Please note that our current Leduc rental office at #101 – 8450 Sparrow Drive will continue to remain open for vehicle rentals.

Rev’n U: Earn $100 for You or Your Favourite Non-profit Organization!


DRIVING FORCE customer Kelly Quashnick received a cheque for $100 for referring her brother to us.

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.

Use Designated Driving Services & Keep Our Roads Safe!


Impaired driving continues to be the number one criminal cause of death in Canada and the number of impaired drivers tends to increase over the holidays.

When celebrating with your co-workers, friends and /or family this holiday season, plan ahead and ensure you have a safe ride home.

Have a designated driver, call a taxi or take advantage of designated driving services in your area.

AMA offers a great list of designated driving services in the province of Alberta.

Operations Red Nose is also a great option during the holidays. Check out the Operation Red Nose website for more information about services in your area.

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