Driving through winter doesn’t always have to be a draining experience on both car and owner
Tips, tricks and best practices to get the most out of your car in the winter months
Marketers sometimes use the two interchangeably, but they’re not the same thing
They may cost less, but you need to be careful
The fins, the chrome, engines measured in cubic inches – it’s not hard to see why so many people are enamoured with old cars. It can be a rewarding hobby, but it’s seldom an inexpensive one. If you’re thinking about getting into it, there are two ways to do it.
Some fascinating facts about Canada and our cars
25 tips to help keep you on the road
The chances are slim, but there may be hope for that forgotten car you know is just sitting there…
Aerodynamics is one of the major considerations in vehicles today; get the design right, and you can shave fuel consumption even before you spend the first cent on powertrain technologies
Keeping your car reliable, running well and looking good means you’ll have a sweet ride for a long, long time
Any car is fun on a racetrack – even your parents’ old station wagon. As long as you follow these simple and inexpensive tips, any car can be safe on the circuit too.
One of your car’s most important safety items is also its most simple.
Taking your pets along on a road trip isn’t as difficult as it may seem, but there are precautions and warnings you need to consider
During summertime in Canada or while enjoying some sun over winter vacation, one thing’s for certain: Don’t leave kids in cars
Several cars on the market with features that take the work out of driving
Staying safe is your priority
Cheap wheels abound at Canada’s federal auction site. You can pick up a bargain — if you know how
Old computers in old cars a scary thought—but, so far at least, no problem…
The skills described here should serve you well out in the bush and on the paved asphalt of a sprawling metropolis.
Those 17 digits are your vehicle’s “fingerprint”
Octane, ethanol content, price — it’s all about the numbers
We go off on a bit of a tangent and take a look at the importance of a good alignment.
Having the right air pressure in your tires is important — the problem is most of us don’t bother to check it
The snow and ice is gone from (most) of Canada now, which means it’s time to take off those winter tires and swap them for a set of summer rubber. Here’s what you need to know.
We have advice on what to do when things go bad
When you’re buying auto insurance, everyone knows that you pay more if you drive a red sports car — right?