The Canadian International AutoShow returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from Feb. 16 to 25, 2018. From groundbreaking concept cars to American classics, we’ve rounded up the six must-see exhibits at this year’s show.
Want to save on gas? Slash what you’re paying at the pumps with these easy, do-it-yourself strategies for fuel-efficient driving.
How to prevent an icy windshield, quickly thaw a frozen lock, and more!
That chip in your windshield may have been caused by a small stone, but it could spell big trouble if you don’t have it repaired. Here’s what to do when your car windshield gets chipped.
Before you pull out of your driveway, make sure these five items are along for the ride. In fact, no car glove box should ever be without them.
Numbering more than 300, Dan Brown’s model truck collection is sure to impress car and toy lovers alike!
Beat the winter frost with this simple solution.
You’ve just driven your car into a river or over the side of a bridge into a lake. What can you do to save yourself? Read on to find out.
No, your car doesn’t have cuticles.
Depending on where you visit, it may be illegal for you to leave your car idling. Read on to find out which states have laws against idling and why you shouldn’t be “warming up” your car in the first place.
Sorry, but your car interior is kinda filthy.
With the help of three ordinary materials, you won’t have to worry about this annoyance anymore.
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!