Ask an AJAC Automotive Expert

TORONTO, Feb. 3 /CNW/ - Did you know that AJAC (the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada) provides general media with a resource database of automotive experts on a variety of automotive topics?

Whether you're looking to interview an expert on the automotive industry in general, or a specific topic such as safety, or accidents, the environment, old cars, tuning, or a critique on the best buys for 2010, our automotive experts are available for interviews.

To reach them directly, we invite you to use the "Ask An Expert" link on our web site at www.ajac.ca.

It's easy: once on the "Ask An AJAC Expert" home page, simply set-up your customized (and confidential) access i.d. and password by filling in a quick form.

Once AJAC confirms that you are legitimate, you'll have free access to our database of automotive experts. You may then contact our journalist experts directly.

You may search the database by topic or by region.

Our automotive experts are here to help. Please contact us: www.ajac.ca - Ask An Expert. Or, email: beth@ajac.ca or telephone: (705) 924-3444.

    
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    OTHER AJAC FACTS

    Did you know? AJAC provides consumers with an important automotive
resource buying guide.
    Need to compare a Pontiac Vibe to a Toyota Corolla or the Subaru Forester
to a Ford Flex? Look no further than the AJAC web site where vehicle
comparisons from 2004 to 2009 serve consumers as a resource buying guide.
    Data that compares ride comfort, steering, braking, acceleration, driver
position, visibility, styling, transmissions and / or engine smoothness, and
much more, is available on the AJAC web site: www.ajac.ca - Car of the Year - 
Vehicle Comparisons.
    The comparative test data is derived from the journalists' extensive five
day evaluation of over 160 new vehicles in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario every
October. This annual event is known in the industry as "TestFest".
    The rigorous TestFest evaluation program includes real world driving on
public roads - exactly where consumers drive so that the test and vote results
posted to the AJAC web site are directly relevant to potential car and truck
buyers.
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SOURCE Automobile Journalists Association of Canada

For further information: For further information: www.ajac.ca - Ask An Expert. Or, email: beth@ajac.ca or telephone: (705) 924-3444.

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