by Gerry Malloy -
March 12, 2017
When the weather is extreme you're advised to stay off the road but if you have to drive there are things you can do to help you get there safely.
Fuel economy depends on everything from the vehicle itself to weather, road and traffic conditions to the driver’s skills and attitude.
Winter demo drive in Quebec's Baie-Saint-Paul region showcases the performance of 2015 Hyundai Genesis and Santa Fe XL all-wheel-drive systems.
Safe Driving Tips
Turning off the 'Recirc' control on the climate control system will significantly reduce the tendency for fog or frost to form inside the glass.
Automotive lighting evolved at a snail's pace through most of the 20th century but over the past 20 years the technology seems to have advanced at the speed of light.
As much as we may despise driving in winter, technology has made it a far less onerous task than it used to be. Here are eight inventions that have made winter driving not only bearable but safe and comfortable in most conditions.
Here are 10 things you can do now to be better prepared and ready for that first nasty surprise when you wake up some morning soon.
New powertrain combination poses interesting decision for F-150 buyers
Hyundai’s all-new Ioniq comes in hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fully-electric flavours
The Bolt is a real, practical, fun-to-drive car with a few welcome surprises