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March 15, 2005



Today I took the AirCare test in North Vancouver. It is literally a system for checking car emission. We have to take it every year if we want to drive a car in Canada. It is much simpler than Shaken, the Japanese car checking system. All I did was, going to the AirCare inspection center by car, stopped my car on a roller,handed over the relevant documents and payed the fee. Then the AirCare staff set a measure on the emission duct of my car, ran my car on the roller for a while, and printed out the AirCare report. Fortunately my car passed. It took only 15 minutes and $23. Today I renewed my driver's license and car insurance too. So I can now drive a car for more one year in Canada.

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