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Quebec International Driver’s Permit

An international driver’s permit is a translation into several languages of the vehicle classes which the holder of the permit is authorized to drive. An international driver’s permit is not valid unless accompanied by a valid driver’s licence issued by the same jurisdiction as the international driver’s permit....
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Free Online tests for the Driver’s License Knowledge Test

After you call the SAAQ and take an appointment for a driver’s license Knowledge Test (Theoretical Exam), you will need to study for it. The best way in my opinion is to practice with these Free Online Quizzes http://www.saaq.gouv.qc.ca/services-saaqclic/public/fr/questionnaire.htm http://www.saaq.gouv.qc.ca/quiz/securite/fr/questionnaire.php http://find-a-driving-school.ca/quebec-driving-test/ http://www.carsaga.ca/driving-test/quebec-driving-test/ Some important advises before taking the...
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Cost of Living in Montreal 2013 from Numbeo

Montreal is considered one of the cheapest cities in Canada. Although it is one of the oldest, and is considered a big metropolitan city, prices here are below average compared to other cities like Toronto and Vancouver. Not only the day-to-day costs, but things like car insurance, houses,...
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What to inspect when Buying a new car in Canada?

As part of its highway safety mandate, the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec established a mechanical inspection program for road vehicles. The present guide sets forth the inspection procedures and standards applicable to most vehicles. Designed as a quick reference tool for mechanics and highway carrier enforcement...
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Why should you visit Montreal’s Underground City?

Did you know that Montreal has second city right underneath it? Underground City (also called La Ville Souterrain or RESO) is a huge complex of connecting shops, bars, restaurants, movie theaters, museums and much, much more. Because of its underground city, Montreal is sometimes referred to as “Two...
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