You might want to reconsider your long work commute after reading this.
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.
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.
Audra Tatum, a mother of three from Walker County, Georgia, learned this lesson the hard way, and she has a simple warning for all car passengers.
Aggressive driving contributes to 56 per cent of all fatal car crashes. Here’s expert advice on how to avoid becoming a victim of road rage.
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.
From joyriding picnic tables to ghost passengers, these driving stories go off the beaten track.
No GPS? No problem! Armed with nothing but an old-school CAA map, these Canadians embarked on a California road trip to remember.
Going on a family road trip this summer? Tech expert and television personality Amber Mac gives her top five must-have products to keep children entertained along the way.
The family that rides together, stays together.
The daily commute to and from work can often be as frustrating as work itself. Learn the secrets to a happy commute from Meni Koslowsky, PhD, a psychology professor from Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
As a former professional race car driver and now the Chief Driving Instructor for BMW and judge on the TV show Canada’s Worst Driver, Philippe Létourneau knows a thing or two about driving. Read on to find out more about his five tips for safe driving this summer.
Start the car! We’re counting down 10 great Canadian road trips that will have you itching to hit the highway.
Don’t let the lazy days of summer cause you to become too complacent behind the wheel. Here are five driving hazards that should remain on your radar during the warmer months.
Sweltering temperatures can mean trouble for your ride, but these tricks can help you keep your car cool.
With the ever-increasing distractions on the roads today, teaching kids the importance of not disturbing the driver has never been more important.
Snap your body out of trying to drift off so you can stay safe behind the wheel.
Your vehicle should be used for transportation, not storage. Keeping these items in the car could hurt your health and security.
When you start hearing “Are we there yet?” from the back seat, start one of these games to keep your kids (and you) entertained through your whole road trip.
It doesn’t matter if you’re travelling by plane, train or automobile—a great book helps the time fly by. Grab one of these titles and settle in because, let’s face it, sometimes it’s more about the destination and less about the journey.