It’s almost time to return to school! As you squeeze in one last road trip and run some maintenance checks on your vehicle to get it ready for the new season, now’s a good time to brush up on your knowledge of how to share the road with school buses. There aren’t many road rules,... Read More.
Basically, speed limiters are connected to the engine’s computer and prevent the car from reaching top speeds. Once sensors report that a vehicle is traveling faster than it’s allowed to (based on the manufacturer’s specifications, not road signs), it signals to the engine to reduce the flow of air and possibly also the sparks that create combustion.... 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.
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.