Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada (PressExposure) October 14, 2011 -- Canada Drives a division of GDC Automotive is proud to announce the expansion to a total of eight provinces across Canada. Provinces include: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario Prince Edward Island, and Saskatchewan. With the move Canada Drives now reaches coast-to-coast. This move has Canada Drives bolstering their position as industry leaders in providing vehicle solutions to Canadians with challenging financial and credit situations.
Canada Drives started in Saskatoon Saskatchewan offering financing alternatives to individuals looking for a vehicle. Canada Drives now serves 1000's of customers monthly from a variety of financial and credit situations. Will Charles from Canada Drives says "the demand for these type services have seen a steady growth in the last couple of years. With more and more Canadians in situations of personal financial uncertainty a lot of traditional financing has become less readily available. Customers who may have lost their job due to company downsizing may have fallen behind on payments for several of their bills. This has caused their credit profile to become damaged. We're just trying to make sure that everyone who wants to get assistance, has some options available."
Canada Drives is also proud to release at the same time their Car + Finance News page. Updated nearly daily this is a great place for people to gain valuable insight into the automotive and finance industry and how it affects them. Guest editors provide information on how dealerships think and work.
In addition to their customer department GDC Automotive Services also now provides dealership support through a constant supply of business year round through our lead generation programs. Helping dealer principals and general managers establish special finance and subprime departments, including hiring, training and managing the department. Leasing high traffic special finance and subprime sites to dealerships who generate their own leads.