To stud or not to stud.
More and more drivers are heeding the message about the importance of installing winter tires.
It’s a dandy time to share what we think are five habits every driver should practice once the snow starts to fly.
Here are several great winter tires designed to get you through the harshest Canadian winter driving conditions.
Far too many motorists leave fall and winter maintenance until after the first snowfall or deep freeze.
Spend your money wisely.
One of the keys to knowing when the time is right to remove the winter rubber is understanding which classification of tires you actually have on your vehicle and what type of weather they are designe
The small town of Gimli in Manitoba joins Areplog Sweden as the only other location in the world where AMG hosts its Winter Driving Academy.
The feedback from Canadians and discoveries during other testing led Canadian Tire to deploy what it calls ‘SnowGroove II’ technology on the Winter Edge tire.
Don’t wait until your first skid to take precautions. Here are six habits to initiate this winter.
Here are nine great winter tires designed to get you through the harshest Canadian winter driving conditions, presented in alphabetical order.
It’s that time of year when more than a few people start saying, usually loudly, that they don’t need winter tires because they have an all-wheel drive vehicle. Make no mistake on what I am about
Motorists often wait for the first snowfall before winterizing their vehicle. Plan to winterize your vehicle now, before the snow flies — you will be glad you did.
6 Main things to keep in mind before heading out on the roads this winter.
When shopping for winter rubber, look for an Alpine pictograph (a snowflake inside a mountain) on the tire’s sidewall.
Make sure to get them on before the temperature drops below 7 C, or before the first snowfall.
Customers of Ford’s all-new all-wheel-drive 350 hp Focus RS will now be able to order a fully certified winter tire kit for great driving enjoyment in the snow. For customers in Canada, the package
Winter tires should be mounted on a dedicated set of winter wheels, whether its relatively inexpensive steel or fancy alloy rims. Besides the cost of mounting/dismounting your tires twice per year, ea
All-Seasons or No seasons as I like to call them don’t work that well in the summer, and don’t really work that well in the winter, so what season are they really good for?
Is it time for the rest of Canada to enforce a winter tire law?
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