Why so up in arms? This is a US deal. If it doesn't work for you move on; it works for many of us. If you happen to drive a Ford Super Duty and live in Edmonton, maybe this isn't for you. If, like many of us, you live near the border, it's a great deal. I just don't understand why people belabour nonsensical points. I don't try to crap on a deal that a Quebecer can pickup instore for free just because the shipping costs to BC would make it uneconomical for me.dilligafeh wrote: ↑Mar 12th, 2019 11:53 pmYou're not good at critical thinking are you ? Were you planning on driving back as well ? Now it's 300km round trip. How much gas does your normal sedan use for such a trip ? I guestimate about 30$ on the low side.
Thanks for the heads up on automotive innovations and fuel efficiency. You drive an econobox ? Good for you. Do you think the majority of people out there drive civics ?
Also(directed to the other poster, didn't want to make 2 posts), not everyone takes trips to the states to collect packages, so to assume everyone could do what they do and deem it the normal thing to do seems ludicrous. I am glad some of you can reap the benefits of this deal, but to claim it's a good deal for most folks well...highly doubt it.
You can 'doubt' the value for most Canadians but I provided data that says the vast majority of Canadians live near the border, which would make this a good deal. If you don't like facts, well then there's not a whole lot left to discuss.