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.
Hit the road prepared, and be sure to review this essential road trip item checklist before your next trip.
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.
Planning a road trip with your cat or dog, but aren’t sure how to prepare? Follow these essential tips to ensure your next voyage is a safe and happy one for your pet.
Michelin driving expert and Canadian professional racer Carl Nadeau shares his five best tips on how to stay safe on the roads this winter.
Planning a winter road trip? Don’t pull out of the driveway before reviewing our winter driving checklist.
One family drove 6,285 kilometres through four provinces, spent 23 nights camping in a tent and teepee, visited ten provincial parks, seven national parks, four national historic sites and three UNESCO World Heritage sites—and made countless memories to last a lifetime.
Hopping in the car for a cross-country trek? Be sure to download these 10 tunes before pulling out of the driveway: they’re the essential soundtrack for any Canadian road trip.
There’s really no nation built for the open road quite like the U.S. With a massive network of highways, you’ve got a lot of choice in the land of our American cousins.
Many families are hitting the road for a well-earned break, a travel alternative that tends to be more affordable than flying. But before you get behind the wheel, check out our ultimate road trip safety checklist.
Brush up on the rules of the road with these car driving tips. Not only will they save you money-but they could save your life.