Roll down your windows, cue up the playlists and hit the highway on one of these great Canadian road trips. Whether you’ve got days or just a few hours to spare, these unforgettable treks offer breathtaking scenery, iconic landmarks and thrilling stops along the way.
Whether you’re taking your car across country, cruising through the Canadian Rockies or following the shoreline of the East Coast, it’s wise to make a few preparations before pulling out of your driveway. Our ultimate road trip planner includes four tips to ensure your ride is memorable-for all the right reasons.
Safe driving is always important, but being on the road during winter warrants extra precautions. Here are the most important tips to stay safe in hazardous weather conditions.
As parents, we’re often passing things to our children in the back seat of the car to keep them entertained and quiet. I never realized the effect this was having on my ability to focus on driving.
If you have driven with a toddler in the back seat of your vehicle, you already know that it can be hard not to be distracted by the constant demands for attention being hurled over your shoulder (sometimes quite literally). Children aren’t the only distraction, though…
In our increasingly fast-paced world, it’s become commonplace to see people texting, doing makeup and worse while driving. Safe driving demands our full attention at all times.
Reader’s Digest has teamed up with The Alberta Motor Association for the #NoDistractions campaign to raise awareness about the danger of distracted driving. Momstown Edmonton blogger Kristin Heimbecker came out to try AMA’s Distracted Driving course and learn how we can all do a better job behind the wheel.