Buying a used car can be a complicated, stressful process, between choosing a vehicle that meets your needs and finding one with the features you want at the right price and in good condition. Plus, the vehicle you’re buying may no longer be covered by its factory warranty, depending on how old it is or... Read More.
By Lori Straus With winter pretty much here, we can no longer ignore those off smells emanating from some hidden corner in our vehicles. We can’t open windows during our drive, and because cars can get so cold, we keep them closed as we heat up the interior, intensifying odours. Thankfully, you can take steps... Read More.
By Chris Chase Full-size pickup trucks are an important vehicle segment in Canada, with just half a dozen models making up an outsized percentage of the country’s annual new-vehicle sales. You can trace much of the full-size pickup’s popularity to relatively recent improvements in comfort and fuel economy, which have helped make these trucks more... Read More.
by Chris Chase With its relatively new technology, electric vehicle (EV) ownership raises a lot of questions. We’ve already answered a couple of them in our articles about how long it takes to charge an EV and how much charging one costs. Some other common ownership questions revolve around electric car maintenance. Do EVs need... Read More.
by Lori Straus Finding a trusted mechanic to repair your car is important for not only the condition of your vehicle but also for your own peace of mind. Is the mechanic overcharging you? Taking shortcuts? Or being honest with you? Ideally, you don’t want to wait until you’ve been in an accident or need... 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.