Heading to a national park in Ontario? Or visiting some of our beautiful waterways and locks? One way to get away is in a space of your own on wheels, a recreational vehicle (RV). From bus-sized motorhomes to campervans, we’ll explore the different classes of RVs. There are three different classes of RVs: Class A... Read More.
Whether you travel on the road or just like to work in your car for a change of scenery, having these items on hand can make your working time in your vehicle more comfortable. Plug-in Cooler Healthy foods and drinks can keep your brain functioning all day. Moreover, you’ll save tons on takeout. Although a... Read More.
Before you purchase an RV, try renting different sizes of RVs on your next family trips first. This will help you determine which RV is best suited for your lifestyle and needs. Renting an RV gives you the ability to spend an extended period of time with an RV while offering unlimited trip possibilities. Not... Read More.
When we think of a self-driving car, the first car that usually comes to most of our minds is KITT from the 1980s TV show Knight Rider. But we’re far from there. So, how far have self-driving vehicles come? And most importantly, will they include an eject button? We’ll answer those questions in this blog... Read More.
Whether you need to work in your car because your job is on the road, or you just want some quiet space outside your home, you can turn your car into a mobile office. In this blog post, we will look at six tips for a better mobile office. How to Take Advantage of Working... Read More.
by Lori Straus Tracking fuel economy will help you better understand the costs that go into your vehicle. Although government data will tell you the average fuel economy for your vehicle, real mileage for your vehicle is actually a range that will fluctuate throughout the year. In this blog post, we’ll cover why you should... Read More.
by Lori Straus When shopping for a car, you may be tempted to focus only on obvious features like all-wheel drive vs front-wheel drive, a vehicle’s look, and if there’s space for all your family inside. But also make sure you’re evaluating the payload capacity of the vehicle. That means check that the car can... Read More.
by Lori Straus Each driver on the road takes a slightly different amount of time to react to an accident. Age plays a role, but so do many more things. For example, did you know that listening to your favourite Top 40 songs can slow down your driver reaction time? In this blog post, we’ll... Read More.
by Lori Straus Although the moose test sounds like something developed in Canada, the term was actually coined by a German journalist in a Swedish auto safety magazine in the 1990s. In this blog post, we’ll explain what the moose test is and what it does and doesn’t mean. The Moose Test : A Definition... Read More.
by Lori Straus Snow and ice are around the corner in southern Ontario, but it’s already shown its face in parts of Northern Ontario. With the change in weather comes the change in driving habits. Below you’ll find five driving habits you should change for the winter. Your Winter Driving Kit Checklist Change from your... Read More.