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  1. My response was to the questions he asked in his post... How many of the 43,000sleds sold in 2020 were in Ontario? How many new sleds sold in 2021? How many ordered in Ontario in 2022?
  2. Those numbers would be from the manufacturers and the dealers.
  3. Like saying I left my truck running in the mall parking lot while I went shopping for a couple of hours. I can't believe it wasn't there when I came back.
  4. I've never heard of a requirement to be able to see behind you. Like you said down the sides. I can't see behind the sled trailer, the boat, the RV or the horse trailer. Nobody ever could until those cameras became available.
  5. I seem to recall one situation quite a while ago where someone offered to be a groomer operator for a club. It turned out that there wasn't any trail access from his home so he would take the groomer home at the end of a run and park it in his yard until the next day. Basically he was creating a personal groomed trail from his home to the actual trail. I think those are "the old days" and not something we really see happening anymore but there is still the perceptions of permit buyers to deal with. I can't count the number of times I was doing trail patrol and people believed I was supplied wi
  6. I have the OEM windshield mounted mirrors on my Cat...They work well for me. On a previous sled long ago (skidoo) I had the handlebar mirrors and didn't care for them at all. If I am checking for the rest of my group to be behind me I will either slow down / stop in a spot wide enough to let others pass. If they are my group they will do the same. If not they will pass. OR I will check the mirrors when we are in a bend and I can catch a view of the side of the sled.
  7. That's thanks to the fees the credit card companies charge the merchant. The sad part for the merchant is the fees all vary dependent upon the card used. Amex is the highest of the bunch. If you're a large retailer such as Canadian Tire you can negotiate lower card fees but the small guy is stuck so with them cash is king where they get the full value for their products. The most egregious one is CPP. If what I and my employer put into CPP was invested on my own rather than forced to let the federal government mishandle it I would be vastly better off than the pittance I get to
  8. Shhh. That's the Great Reset which includes Wealth Redistribution and a heavy reliance on the federal government to take your money and spend it inefficiently for you.
  9. negotiate the price before you disclose financing or cash
  10. We had an account at a local gas station for groomer fuel. At one time there were people making accusations that club members were filling their personal vehicles at the expense of the club. There have been people that believed the club supplied sleds and fuel for those doing trail patrol and were upset about that saying where do they sign up.
  11. There are so many ways a business could adapt. I was surprised more didn't do like you said, a fire and some music makes it much more appealing.
  12. A horse or a cow will trim that grass even faster
  13. I drove by Mt. St. Louis Moonstone on Tuesday and was surprised how much snow was still on the hills.
  14. Whoever wrote this needs to learn basic English, spelling and grammar.
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