By Lori Straus Where would we be without tires? We expect them to carry us from point A to point B, stop our vehicle on a dime when we slam on the brakes, and help us safely navigate the roads. In fact, we rely on them so much that we even change them to fit... Read More.
by Lori Straus If the first General Lee can be restored and driven after spending over three decades in a junkyard, then with a little care and disciplined maintenance, you should be able to enjoy your own vehicle for a long time, too. You’ll find loads of tips online about how to extend the life... Read More.
By Lori Straus You’re on the road to a winter getaway, it’s -25°C outside, the wind is blowing, and instead of driving, you’re stuck with a dead battery. What do you do? First, pull out your emergency kit and give everyone blankets, etc., to keep warm. Next, flag down a stranger to give you a... Read More.
The last few decades have seen a few innovations in automatic-transmission technology. One is the continuously variable transmission, or CVT, which, instead of gears, uses a pair of pulleys connected by a metal belt. Another is the dual-clutch transmission, which is closer in concept to a manual transmission but adds automated shifting.... Read More.
Bill Sanderson bought his first car—a Nissan 240SX—before he had a license. But it wasn’t to drive. He wanted to repair it and add performance modifications to it. Now, over a decade later, he’s a licensed technician who specializes in repairing and servicing European and exotic cars in Canada.... Read More.
Ontario Cars would like to share the 5 best tips to reduce car repairs costs with you. Taking these steps will empower you to know if you’re being overcharged or upsold without compromising on necessary repairs and services.... Read More.