Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) has released an updated version of its interactive Driving Costs guide, which lets consumers determine how much it costs to own and drive a vehicle.

The 2011 Driving Costs brochure explains the overall costs of vehicle ownership, including fuel, maintenance and depreciation. To help consumers understand these costs for different types of vehicles, the guide provides the approximate costs for owning 2011 models of a representative small sedan, minivan and hybrid. The brochure allows consumers to calculate their own total annual driving costs based on national averages and approximate figures.

To access the interactive brochure, visit CAA.

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