Join our Team!


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 20 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 eight consecutive years, we work together to uphold our DRIVING FORCE philosophy of exceeding customer expectations.

Some current employment opportunities are:

Detailer/Washbay, Calgary
Rental Consultant, Calgary
Customer Survey Interviewer, Edmonton Corporate Office
Rental Consultant, Edmonton West
Detailer/Washbay Attendant, Edmonton West
Journeyman Heavy Duty Technician, Hino Central Calgary
Journeyman Heavy Duty Technician, Hino Central Edmonton
Journeyman Automotive Technician, Inuvik
Detailer, Langley
Sales Consultant, Saskatoon
Sales Consultant, Whitehorse

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

New DRIVING FORCE Location at the Fort McMurray International Airport!


DRIVING FORCE has been formally selected as one of four rental car concessions at the Fort McMurray International Airport (YMM). We are excited about this opportunity to better serve our customers coming in and out of the Oil Sands region.

The Fort McMurray International Airport is the fasting growing airport in Canada and its $258 million new terminal is set to open on June 9th. The old terminal was designed to serve 250,000 passengers per year and the new terminal will accommodate over 1.5 million passengers per year.

We are looking forward to greeting passengers when they arrive at the new terminal in June.

For more information about DRIVING FORCE’s 20th location, please contact Mark Dobko, Edmonton and Area Branch Manager, at 780-641-1150 or mdobko@drivingforce.ca.

How to Store Your Winter Tires!


Storing your tires properly will help prolong their life. Here are four important steps to reduce wear and tear on your tires while in storage.

1) Clean

Clean the tires with soap and water to get all the brake dust and road grime off them. If the tires are mounted on rims, make sure to clean the rims as well.  Allow the tires and rims to dry completely before storing.

2) Tag & Bag

Mark the tires with the position they were removed from (ie: LF, RF, LR, RR) so you can replace or rotate them in the proper positions next season. Place each tire in a large plastic bag and try to remove as much air as possible before sealing them with tape.

3) Cool & Dry

Store the tires in a cool, dry space, preferably indoors where there will be less variation in temperature and humidity levels, and away from any electric motors such as those on a furnace, hot water system, well or sump pump. These motors produce ozone, which can be very harmful to the tire compound.

4) Stack

Avoid resting the tires on the tread as that can cause the rubber to age prematurely. Stacking your tires on their side is the way to go.

If you aren’t able to store your tires at home, you can often have them stored at an automotive shop for a fee.

Source: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-drive/car-tips/how-to-store-your-cars-tires-so-they-last-as-long-as-possible/article14846334/

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