You’ve probably heard time and again that there are four seasons in Canada: winter, construction, construction, construction. It’s a fact of life, yet we resist it every year. Here are a few tips to help you survive it.... Read More.
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European automakers build some of the most desirable convertibles on the market, including a number of two-seat models, commonly known as roadsters. Buying a used luxury roadster can be intimidating, thanks to the potential for high maintenance and repair costs. Those costs can be managed, though, if you know what to watch for in a used model.... Read More.
Whether you’re a resident of Ontario or a visitor, you’re bound by Ontario driving laws. Last October, cannabis became legal in Canada but it can still cause impaired driving. Here’s the lowdown of what that looks like in Ontario.... Read More.
Toyota introduced the 12th generation of its compact stalwart for 2019 as a redesigned hatchback model built on that same new platform. It makes an excellent first impression based solely on its good looks and follows that up by being the most compelling Corolla in many years.... Read More.
Eco-friendly doesn’t mean only using less gas and driving an electric or hybrid vehicle. After all, batteries can be disastrous for the environment. In addition, manufacturing cars leaves a large footprint, too.... Read More.
In the most basic sense, vehicles with four-wheel drive (4WD or 4×4) have a lot in common with the average family car. Obviously, there’s an engine, and a transmission and drive shafts to get its power to the ground. But if your aim is ford streams and drive over rocks, you’re going to need something more rugged than the sedan you drive to work.... Read More.
If your dog drives with you unsecured, you’re not alone. Last year, Volvo US conducted a national study of 2,000 American dog owners and found that 97% of pet owners drive with their dogs, but many of them do so unsafely…... Read More.
Driving while pregnant presents women with many challenges. Nausea, stiff joints, a growing abdomen, a seemingly shrunken bladder…the list sometimes seems endless. But a seatbelt is necessary. According to a 2012 article published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, motor vehicle accidents injure about 92,000 pregnant women every year in the US. So, should you stop driving?... Read More.
Hypermiling refers to the practice of squeezing every last possible mile out of a gallon of gas. Judging by the numerous news articles from 2008, when gas prices soared and the economy tanked, the practice became known through Wayne Gerdes, publisher of cleanmpg.com. The movement has its supporters and detractors.... Read More.