Calling all classic car aficionados! This innovative company is turning scrap parts from 1960s-era Ford Mustangs into super-stylish timepieces.
No, they’re not just for decoration.
Just trust the math geeks on this one.
The British custom of driving on the left side of the road isn’t a sign of eccentricity—there’s actually a very sensible reason for it.
Have you noticed your car isn’t running as smoothly as it should? These step-by-step instructions from the experts at NAPA Canada will show you how to replace your fuel pump.
Replacing spark plugs is an easy job—provided you have the proper tools, equipment and expertise. Here’s what you should know before you attempt to replace spark plugs.
Colder commutes call for a cozy car in the morning. But if you warm up you car when it’s cold out, you could do serious damage to your engine.
Odds are, you do it every day!
You might want to reconsider your long work commute after reading this.
While taking a road trip with family and friends is always a good time, getting sidelined with a flat tire or other car disaster isn’t.
Automotive engineers and service technicians around the world have used engine gaskets in a variety of ways. Armed with these expert tips, you’ll be able to replace your gaskets in no time.
It doesn’t matter if your car is fairly new or old—there will always be a rusted bolt or two to be found. Break the plug yourself with these instructions from the auto experts at NAPA Canada.
Despite knowing the dangers of texting and driving, many people still do it. Take these steps to keep your hands on the wheel and off of your phone.
Are you driving your children toward danger? Here’s why you need to disrobe your child to keep him or her safe this winter.
Whether you’re heading up the coast, hitting the beaches or driving through the mountains, a road trip is a wonderful way to see Canada. Make sure your next long-drive is safe and fun with these automotive smartphone apps.
The all-new 2018 Camry is a bold departure from its predecessors, in the way it looks and feels—and even in the way it sounds.
The 1931 Chevy Berline was my first car, but after selling it in the ’70s, I never imagined I’d once again have the opportunity to restore this classic to its former glory.
Sometimes you go to the movies to be intellectually challenged. Other times, you just want to see stuff explode. These high-octane flicks certainly aren’t what you’d call cerebral, but they boast the best car chases in film history.
Has your vehicle been overheating lately? You could call your mechanic and pay for an expert diagnosis, or you could replace your thermostat yourself with the help of these step-by-step instructions from NAPA Canada.
Heads turn each time this classic Camaro comes to a red light—and for good reason!