Don't forget the DRIVE, says columnist Ian Law.
Wheels contributor Ian Law reminds you that it's never too early to get ready for winter driving conditions.
Ian Law has some advice for drivers on how to communicate better.
Jil McIntosh offers up some advice on how to go about buying a good used car.
How to earn your full motorcycle licence.
An automobile takes such a big bite out of our disposable income so a dedicated maintenance routine, inside and out, is always recommended for longer life, safer operation, good resale value and -- ju
It's impossible to ride a Segway without looking like a dork. But they're so much fun, you don't care.
To get the best message out to all motorists, PC Jonathan Beckett, CSO/Media Relations Officer, Caledon OPP Detachment sent the following information to clarify what the police would like motorist to
What makes a good driver? Here are some things to look for to evaluate the attitude and awareness levels of yourself and your fellow drivers.
As a driver rehab therapist, I spend a great deal of time on the road and have also encountered this dangerous problem.
It's happened many times, a car driving ahead with no tail lights.
Tips on buying a used vehicle online.
Think you might like to try Vintage Mod racing yourself? Brian Atkinson, president of Canadian Vintage Modifieds, offers a quick rundown of what it takes:
Here are 10 tips that will help you save money on your car insurance
Before you arrive at the dealership, there are some things you should know about trade-ins, which could save you time and money.
With new car sales in a slump, there are some great new car buys as the 2010 models start to come in.
I got a book in the mail the other day entitled 75 Ways To Save Gas, by Jim Davidson, president of auto consultancy firm CarSmart, and its title is self-explanatory.
The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are: first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense.
The annual storage and unpacking of the motorcycle is as much of a ritual as changing the clocks when daylight saving time comes and goes.
This process can be stressful if you're not prepared. But those who take the time to research their vehicles and establish a budget are able to negotiate from a position of strength and confidence. An
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